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Kris Jenner Has Kourtney Kardashian's Baby Name Picked Out

Kan Kris and Kourtney kome to a konclusion on a name for the kid?

What mom doesn’t have an opinion about everything under the sun when her daughter is expecting? Quickly followed, of course, with opinions about everything under the sun and moon when the baby actually arrives.

So it’s no shocker that Kris Jenner has her own ideas of what she’d like her newest grandchild to be named when daughter Kourtney Kardashian becomes a mom for the second time next year.

Any guesses what name she’s chosen? Here’s a hint: It works well for a boy or girl.  Still stumped? It’s short and sweet.  Got it yet? It’s a very familiar name.

Give up? It’s…Kris, naturally!

Kris did her baby-name-dropping to reporters yesterday at The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual breakfast honoring women in entertainment.  Just one little problem here: Accompanying her was daughter Kim, making a rare public appearance since her embarrassing blink-and-you-missed it marriage and split from her husband…um…KRIS Humphries.  Not the smoothest move, Mom.

But she’s torn about whether she’d prefer her newest grandchild’s nursery to be pink or blue. “Half of me wants it to be two boys or two girls, [because] that’s fun for a little playmate,” she says.  “And then, of course, you want what they don’t already have, but I’m happy either way. Just [a] healthy [baby]!”

Us magazine also reports that Kris holds out no hopes for a wedding anytime soon for Kourtney and boyfriend Scott Disick – it’s “not in the cards for them.”

And she confirms that her daughter’s been struggling mightily with morning sickness. “She’s nauseous. Very, very nauseous,” Kris says. Popcorn, it seems, is the one thing that settles Kourtney’s stomach.

So what do you think – will Kourtney take Mom’s advice? Will there be a new Kris in the Kardashian clan? And if so, will Kourtney be introducing him (or her) as “This is Kris-as-in-my-mom-not-as-in-my-ex-brother-in-law”?

[Photo: PR Photos]



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