Here She Is

Watch: Kim Kardashian Introduces Her Surrogate To The Family On 'KUTWK' Finale!

They kept her face completely hidden while the cameras were filming.

She’s here… sort of.

News broke out months ago that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West  used a surrogate for their third child, but the identity of said surrogate has remained a mystery ever since then.

On Sunday night’s season finale of Keeping Up with The Kardashians, Kim finally introduced her family to the surrogate that helped bring her daughter Chicago into the world.

Almost all of the family were there to meet Lorena, whose face was kept off cameras in an effort to maintain and protect her privacy.

She’s greeted with open arms by matriarch Kris Jenner, who gives her a big hug while exclaiming, “It’s so good to meet you!”  Sisters Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian evoke the same emotion given by Kris, and are equally as excited to meet Lorena.

“I like being pregnant, I know that sounds really weird,” Lorena confessed.  “The pregnancy itself, you know, it just feels natural, like I’m supposed to do it.”

There were bigger revelations that happened during the meeting, when Lorena learned that she and Kylie were only a month apart in their pregnancies! Kylie gave birth to daughter Stormi back in early February.

Khloe then revealed that she and Kylie are three months apart in their pregnancies. She also learned in the season finale that her first child will be a girl, although reports for a while suggested that she and baby daddy Tristan Thompson were having a boy.

“I really didn’t know what to expect, because I don’t really know anyone that’s gone through this,” Kim revealed. “It’s definitely not as easy I thought it would be, emotionally, but it’s so worth it and our surrogate is such a nice person.  My family absolutely loves her and I’m just so grateful.”

Watch the emotional clip and let us know your thoughts on Lorena meeting the reality superstar’d family! 



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