Kim Kardashian shares first photo of Baby Saint West

Kim Kardashian shares first photo of Baby Saint West

Kim Kardashian West has finally released the first picture of her son Saint West, three months after he was born.

The social media star shared the photo on her website to mark what would have been her late father Robert Kardashian’s 72nd birthday.

“Today is my dad's birthday. I know there's nothing more in the world he would have wanted than to meet his grandchildren. So I wanted to share this pic of Saint with you all,” she captioned the picture.

Kim Kardashian shares first photo of Baby Saint West

She added a further tribute to her Dad, who died in 2003, on Instagram.

“Happy Birthday dad!” she worte.

“So much has gone on in our lives since you've been gone, and I know you have been my guardian angel seeing it all unfold

“I love you and miss you so much!”

These recents posts follow Saint's famous emoji-birth announcement and her daughter North’s first interaction with her brother.

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SAINT WEST

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She said, "He's my best friend."

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Let’s just say fans are excited:

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