Caitlyn Jenner ready to become mother as Rob Kardashian banned her from meeting Dream: Report

Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly planning to have a baby via surrogate next year.

Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner made debut as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine Reuters

Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly craving to become a mother. The former Olympian is allegedly planning to have a baby via surrogate next year.

According to a report in Radar Online, Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, wants to experience motherhood. An alleged source said: "Caitlyn is forging ahead with her dreams of motherhood, and she wants to go down the biological path instead of adoption."

"Right now she's all about finding a suitable surrogate to carry the baby. She loves the idea of living with the surrogate, so they can go through every precious moment of the pregnancy together," the insider added.

"She's trying not to rush but has started this process formally and wants to be a mom by the end of next year. It's something she's 100 percent committed to, and her kids are helping every step of the way," the source continued.

This comes after reports emerged that Rob Kardashian did not allow Caitlyn to see Dream Kardashian. A source told OK! magazine: "Cait is heartbroken over this. She helped raise Rob from the time he was four, and she was so excited about seeing him with baby Dream. She's taking it very personally."

"He says he can't deal with the circus that follows her. He doesn't consider Caitlyn family anymore. No one in the family is responding to her messages," the insider concluded. "She hoped the baby would change that, but she still feels like an outsider."

In 2015, Caitlyn made her anticipated debut as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine. In the cover image captured by renowned fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz, she is seen in a cream corseted bodysuit alongside the headline "Call me Caitlyn". She has previously been married thrice and has six biological children.