Kanye West wants to hold off on having a second child with Kim Kardashian as he is reportedly stressed out and focused on his upcoming album.
The 'New Slaves' hitmaker, who has 13-month-old daughter North with the reality TV star, is reportedly stressed out by his wife's desire to expand their family as soon as possible, as he wants to embark on another world tour after the release of his upcoming album.
A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''Kim has made no secret for her desire to get pregnant right away with another baby. However, Kanye is resisting because he is going to be going on a worldwide tour after the release of his upcoming album.''
The duo, who got married in Italy in May and are still living with Kim's mother Kris Jenner in Calabasas, California, are also gearing up to sell their lavish mansion in Bel Air, as they are fed up of waiting for their extensive renovations to be completed, and the insider added: ''The couple doesn't even have their own house to live in! It's just too much chaos for Kanye to handle.''
But Kim, 33, is said to be desperate to have more children.
An insider previously said: ''I think Kim will definitely have another baby soon - she wants to.''
Speaking in an interview with Ryan Seacrest earlier this year, the brunette beauty also confessed she wanted more kids but said she couldn't ''do more than three tops''.
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