Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly hired a baby nurse to assist with their newborn for one year.
The reality TV star, 32, gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday and it has been claimed that the family-of-three and their new nurse will temporarily move into Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner's California home in coming days. Kardashian reportedly employed the same nurse used by her older sister Kourtney, 34, after the birth of her second child Penelope.
The baby nurse will reportedly wear a custom-made black and white uniform when she is working, according to Us magazine.
Kardashian and West, who have dated for one year, are expected to move into their new $9 million Bel Air home which they purchased in February when renovations are complete. The reality TV star previously sold her $5 million Beverly Hills home and West has allegedly moved out of his $3.3 million Hollywood Hills home.
The news comes weeks after it was claimed that West, 36, had initially declined Jenner's invitation to move into the family home. The rapper was reportedly concerned that he may "impose" on Kardashian's family.
"It's a nice gesture for them to open up their home to Kanye and Kim and their baby, but that's not going down," a source close to West told HollywoodLife.com.
"Kanye's the type ... that no matter how difficult something is for him, he ain't trying to impose on nobody," the source continued.
Kardashian and West's first child was born five weeks premature and weighed in at just under five pounds, reports claim. On Tuesday, she spoke out for the first time since giving birth to her daughter.
"Can't believe it! It's so crazy!" Kardashian allegedly told E! Producer Ryan Seacrest in an email.
The Hollywood couple is yet to reveal their daughter's name to the public.