La’Reina Haynes Kim and Kanye West’s Surrogate

La’Reina Haynes

La’Reina Haynes has been revealed to be the woman who gave life to Kim and Kanye West’s third child, Chicago West, born just a few days ago.

According to Radar Online it was Mrs. Haynes who carried on with the pregnancy and eventually gave birth to the couple’s daughter.

La’Reina Haynes gave birth to the newest addition to the West family on January 16, and her identity since has been of much speculation.

Though her identity had been kept private, it is now revealed, meet her below.

La’Reina Haynes

La’Reina Haynes is of African American descent and has a family of her own. She is also a college graduate. She is currently a stay at home mom and holds a criminal justice degree from the University of Phoenix.

La’Reina Haynes

La’Reina used the surrogacy company, Family Creations LLC and it appears this is not the first time she serves as a surrogate. A few years ago in 2015, she wrote a review on the company’s Facebook page, and it reads:

“Family Creations LLC has made not only choosing to be surrogate amazing, but being guided through the process by their staff has been, for lack of better words, utterly amazing! I am still in the beginning stages but confident that all the way to the end of this process will be easy and nurturing. Thank you for having an amazing staff and helping me be paired with amazing intended parents.!!!!”

Records show, La’Reina Haynes set up a gofundme page in the past asking for medical help for her child. She is the mother of a son named Kalani –who is believed to have been born with medical issues. Haynes is a married woman and her husband, Darryl Haynes used to be in the military. The couple are the proud parents of two young sons, Kalani and Chase.

Her intro on Facebook says “Georgia girl in a Cali world. Proud wife and mother. Happy as can be”

Some users have criticize Kim and Kanye West for allegedly choosing Haynes –who obviously had fallen on hard times. She was allegedly paid by Kimye a hefty $45,000 in 10 installments on top of the $68,850 deposit they gave to the agency, based in a June 2017 report from TMZ.