Kourtney Kardashian Uses Her Newborn For Easy Publicity On The Us Weekly Cover

Kourtney Kardashian debuts her newborn daughter in the latest issue of Us Weekly. Strangely, the baby–”Penelope Scotland,” because that’s where the ball landed on the celebrity baby name roulette wheel–is already an entire month old. What with this being a Kardashian baby, we’re surprised they didn’t call a glam squad into Cedars-Sinai to remove any afterbirth and pose for the photos right then and there. But, even the Kardashians can surprise us. Here are some more details about this:

Born July 8 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and weighing 7 pounds, 14 ounces, Penelope joins big brother Mason, Kardashian’s first child with Scott Disick, her boyfriend of six years. Gushes the ecstatic second-time mom (who shares her new Us Weekly cover with sleepy Penelope and a beaming Mason): “Nothing could prepare me for how hard I fell in love with her.”

In the new issue, the reality star, 33, and Disick, 29, open up to Us about Penelope’s delivery (with the entire Kardashian-Jenner family in tow!), how Mason is adjusting to big-brotherhood, Kourtney’s push present, why Disick’s afraid to change Penelope’s diaper and much more!

The magazine promises “pages of exclusive photos,” so expect lots of soulless, Photoshopped smiles hovering over a little unformed person.

Oh, and check out that super passive aggressive headline!

(Us Weekly)

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    • Tania

      I think Scotland as a middle name is ridiculous, but Penelope is one of those great names that have a nice nickname for kids (Penny), but sounds mature and grown-up when they’re adults.

    • Sam

      That poor child doesn’t stand a chance at normality. Then again, she could just pull a Francis Bean Cobain and become strikingly private & normal despite her crazy upbringing.

    • werbeartikel

      I think Scotland as a center name is absurd, but Penelope is one of those excellent titles that have a awesome handle for children (Penny), but appears to be older and grown-up when they are grownups.

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