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Did Kourtney Kardashian Give Birth to Her Baby Girl Last Night?

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Jun. 15 2012, Published 3:43 p.m. ET

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The Kardashians love Twitter, so it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to assume eldest sister Kourtney would hop on the social networking site moments after giving birth.

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As was the case, when the Twittersphere lit up with a cryptic Kourtney tweet, which read: "Chick-fil-A and a water birth. No big deal" — as if the reality star was munching on a chicken sandwich before hopping in a tub to pop out her second child.

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Kardashian Krazies, fear not. She is still very much pregnant and only meant to tell followers she and Khloe went to watch a water birth, along with enjoying some fast food.

A close friend of Kourtney told TooFab that she was "merely doing research on water birth and got a little over-excited with her tweets.”

She is, in fact, due at the end of the month.

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Rob Kardashian told OK! he had hoped for a boy so Mason would have a rough and tumble playmate.

"I think it would be kind of cool to have two brothers at close age because they’d be two years apart," he said. "We’re so close, regardless they’re going to be close. I’m close with all my sisters, obviously, but it should be a very good situation for our family."

Well, Kourtney is having a girl as OK! revealed, but maybe next time, Rob?

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