Khloe Kardashian’s baby plan ‘uncertain,’ but she’s eating that placenta for sure

Khloe Kardashian’s baby plan is apparently sending the 33-year-old mother-to-be into a proper panic — but she’s all-in when it comes to eating the placenta. Khloe is said to be unsure which delivery method to go with, and insiders say it’s the idea of a scar that’s giving Khloe fits.

Khloe, who is due in mid-March, isn’t wasting any time prepping her birth plan, though she’s finding it impossible to actually pick one. A new report in Life & Style claims that Khloe is “freaking out because she can’t make up her mind…whether she should give birth to her first baby [vaginally] or if she should give birth via a C-section.”

The report’s anonymous insiders added that Khloe “likes the idea of a C-section because she’ll be heavily medicated…but [remains] on the fence about [it] because ‘she’ll have a gnarly scar the size of Gibraltar on her belly.”

But Khloe, who’s reportedly also planning her wedding to baby daddy Tristan Thompson for later this year, has zero anxiety about what to do with her placenta post-delivery. Last night’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians featured a conversation between Khloe and Kim in which the expectant mom shared her intention to “eat it in pills.” (Khloe also revealed she’s planning to give birth in Cleveland, which is actually the more surprising news.)

Kardashian devotées will recall that this is hardly the first time placenta consumption has come up on the show. In 2013, Kourtney hired a chef to play a placenta dinner prank on the rest of her family; two years later, Kim revealed that she’d eaten her placenta in pill form to help combat postpartum depression following the birth of her second son Saint.

Given Khloe’s alleged aspirations for a post-pregnancy fitness empire to rival Kylie’s fashion business, we should all prepare ourselves for an onslaught of placenta pill articles and Instagram pill plugs á la Tummy Tea, coming later in 2018.

(Photo credits: via Pap Nation / Splash News)

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