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Kim wants to name child after nightclub?

Los Angeles, Jan 11 (IANS) Socialite Kim Kardashian reportedly wants to name her first child after her favourite nightclub.

Jan 11 2013, 7:52am CST | by

Kim wants to name child after nightclub?
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Los Angeles, Jan 11 — Socialite Kim Kardashian reportedly wants to name her first child after her favourite nightclub.

Kim, 32, partied in LIV nightclub when she was staying in Miami and really liked it and has got the approval of boyfriend Kanye West in this regard, reports dailystar.co.uk.

The socialite is also a fan of actress Liv Tyler.

"Kim has liked LIV since she was a teenager, as she was a big fan of Liv Tyler. She fell in love with it all over again when she started hanging out at the club on her visits to South Beach," a source said.

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