Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have rented a home in Bel Air for six months while their own mansion is undergoing renovations.
The couple - whose palatial mansion in the exclusive area of Los Angeles is undergoing renovations - decided against staying with Kim's family in Calabasas after their baby daughter North was born on June 15 and instead rented a house near their new home so they can have some time alone together with the baby.
A source told HollywoodLife.com: ''Kanye and Kim have rented a Bel Air mansion for six months while their house is being renovated. They aren't living with [Kim's mother] Kris Jenner.''
Meanwhile, Kim, 32, and Kanye, 36, are so paranoid about friends leaking information on the baby to the press that they are making everyone who comes to visit sign a confidentiality agreement.
The insider added: ''Anyone and everyone who comes to visit, including family, has to sign a six page NDA [non disclosure agreement] before even entering the house. Kanye wants this special time with their new daughter to be extremely private and when information about the baby is released it will be on Kanye's terms.''
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