Kat Von D Is Expecting A Baby Boy

May 9, 2018 / Posted by:

Kat Von D and her artist husband Leafar recently announced on Instagram that they’re having a baby boy. According to People, the couple have already picked out the name for their baby. It’s going to be named Leafar. Yes, you read that right. What’s more, Leafar (the one that’s already born) is a palindrome of his actual name which is Rafael Reyes. I guess if it was going to be a girl they would have named her Dnovtak.

Here’s the birth announcement.

I’m picturing the gender reveal party these two might have had. Did they bring out a giant black latex balloon, pop it and thousands of baby spiders wearing blue diapers ran out and devoured the cake?

KVD and Leafer The Born also announced their nuptials on Instagram back in February.

Leafer The Unborn will be Kat’s first baby. Previously she has said that she never wanted to have kids. Back in 2012 she told Dr. Drew “I don’t know if I’d be a bad mom, but it’s not what I want. I don’t want to put my body through it”. But guys, do you remember what she did put her body through?

Longtime readers of Dlisted will remember the good old days when you couldn’t throw a Valtrex capsule without hitting a post about Kat Von D rubbing up on some sketchy compost pile of a dick. There was an engagement to nazi fucker and Sandra Bullock’s biggest regret, Vanilla Gorilla. There was another engagement to DeadMau5 followed by a stint pulling Steve-O’s prank stick. But Kat’s a respectable business woman now with a line of miraculous makeup and baby bat on the way.

It’s a goth stunt queen fairy tale come true!

Pic: Instagram

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