Rob Kardashian Reveals He Wants 8-12 Kids

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By Christine Jane Caparras | August 13, 2014 3:27 PM EST

A baby just might be what Robert Kardashian needs to lift his spirits and bring him out of his depression. Rob's recent tweets indicate his fondness for his sister Kim's baby North West and his inclination towards having kids of his own.

A few days ago, Rob gushed over the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan on Twitter and a sweet exchange between him and his sister Kim ensued showing that they have reconciled despite past issues. Rob then followed it up the next day by talking about babies again but this time perhaps some of his own in the future.

8 kids? That's not entirely impossible since Rob grew up in a fairly large household with his mom Kris bearing six children herself. Rob also has 4 other step-siblings from their step-dad Bruce Jenner's first marriage. Together, Bruce and Kris have 10 kids between them. After declaring his desire to have 8 kids, he reconsidered and took it up another notch by raising the number yet again in a follow-up tweet.


After settling on 12 kids, Rob then goes on and drops a hint about what he likes in women apart from their child-bearing abilities by retweeting a little bit of trivia from the Twitter account @Uberfacts:

Rob has not been very lucky in the love department with his most recent relationships ending very publicly and very badly. His former girlfriend Adrienne Bailon had recently gone into an online battle with Rob's sisters Kim and Khloe after she bashed him and the Kardashian family name in a recent magazine interview. Bailon also brought up how Rob cheated on her which he had previously admitted. He also had another ill-fated relationship more recently with singer Rita Ora in which he accused her of being the cheater this time around.

Related:

Robert Kardashian Gushes Over North West and Reconciles With Kim

Adrienne Bailon Fires Back at Kim Kardashian Via Instagram

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