Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will reportedly unveil their newborn baby, North, on Kardashian matriarch, Kris Jenner's new talk show.
The Hollywood couple, who welcomed the birth of their first child on June 15, is currently keeping details about their little girl private and reports claim there is a purpose behind this. While both Kardashian, 32, and West, 36, are said to genuinely want privacy for their baby, sources claim they plan to stay quiet until the July 15 premiere of Jenner's first ever talk show "Kris."
"The plan is to keep things on lock down till Kris Jenner's new show. That is the current idea for the reveal," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
On Tuesday Jenner, 56, confirmed that her newest grandchild was in fact named North West as was initially claimed by gossip websites. While many celebrities often opt to sell first photo rights to tabloid magazines, Kardashian and the "Black Skinned" rapper will reportedly unveil their daughter on Jenner's talk show instead.
"[Kanye] and Kris are family he likes her a lot and has mad respect for her. He'd be willing to do her show with his baby," a source revealed adding "They're family at the end of the day and family comes first."
West, who is notoriously guarded when it comes to his private life, is said to be against the idea of selling photos or information regarding his daughter.
"I know Kanye's not about to make money off that girl. Trust, that's not going to happen. Kanye isn't no pimp ... That's not in his character," a source previously said.
"Whenever he does decide to bring his girl out in public, it won't be for money. It's going to be on his terms and in an appropriate place," the source added.
Jenner recently explained the couple's decision behind their baby girl's unique moniker during an interview on "The View."
"I love the name North. I'm pro North, absolutely, the way she explained it to me was that North means highest power," Jenner explained on the show. "And she says North is their highest point together, and I thought that was really sweet."