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Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Shares Details on Her Upcoming Birth & Why She Won't Marry Scott

Kourtney Kardashian is used to being in the spotlight and as the time creeps closer to giving birth to her second child, there are even more eyes are on her. Kourtney and her partner, Scott Dicsick have been together for years and have one adorably cute son, Mason (who is almost 3-years-old) though they have not gotten married yet.

According to US Magazine, Kourtney (as well as her sisters, Kim and Khloe) sat down to chat with Jimmy from Jimmy Kimmel Live this past Wednesday (June 6th). Jimmy asked Kourtney eveything from her plans to marry Scott to the details of her birth including who will be attending — and Kourtney answers!


When Jimmy asked her if she had plans of ever getting married to Scott she answered:

First of all, I have realized that I have major commitment problems during this pregnancy. I’m really claustrophobic, and all my issues — and I have a lot of them — they all stem from this thing. I can’t commit to anything . . but I love Scott, and he is my partner.

So, while it seems we won’t be celebrating another Kardashian wedding any time soon, they were happy to chat about the upcoming birth of Kourtney’s second child. When she gave birth to Mason back in 2009, Kourtney shared that only two people were allowed in the room which she is hoping will be different this time.

One thing will be the same though, Khloe will be all hands on deck as she reprises the role of holding Kourtney’s leg during birth. No word yet on if they will be filming the birth to air on their E! show the second time around.

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