Kim Kardashian West shares first picture of son, Saint West

Saint West (c) Kim Kardashian West
Saint West (c) Kim Kardashian West Bang ShowBiz

KIM Kardashian West has shared the first photo of her baby son.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star posted the picture of Saint - who was born on December 5 - on her app and website today, in honour of her late father Robert Kardashian's birthday.

She wrote alongside the picture: "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."

In the picture, the tot is clad in a white onesie and is fast asleep with his arms raised above his head.

The 35-year-old star - who is married to Kanye West - previously shared a photo of Saint's hand clutching the finger of her two-year-old daughter North.

She captioned it: "She said 'He's my best friend.' "

Though this is the first time fans have seen Saint's face, family friend Malika Haqq previously revealed she thought the infant looked like his older sister, while Kim joked he was "cute" - just like her.

During a livestream with her brother Rob Kardashian, she said:

"He's so cute, you guys, you have no idea. He looks kinda like just like me, don't you think?

"He's so cute - he looks just like me!"

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