Kim Kardashian has treated her fans to another adorable photo of her offspring. This time, she shared a pic of her sons, three-year-old Saint and her newborn Psalm on her Instagram feed, and fans seem to be excited to catch another glimpse of the youngest KimYe baby. The black and white photo shows Kim holding Psalm in her arms while big brother Saint sweetly caresses his younger brother's face. She captioned the sweet pic 'My boys' followed by two heart emojis, and with this only being the second time the reality star shares a photo of Psalm's face, it was really exciting for her followers.
Kim's Instagram feed is mainly a mix of photos of her children, selfies, and of course, pictures promoting her KKW Beauty products, and this adorable brother photo fit right in. Kim also recently shared a pic of her five-year-old daughter North wearing one of Kim's fur coats but made sure to point out that she has had all her favorite furs made into faux furs. Great way to preempt trolling comments, Kim! The mother of four also uploaded two adorable pictures on fathers day; one celebrating Kanye and one in honor of Kim's own father, late Robert Kardashian, who passed away from esophageal cancer in 2003.
As reported by ET Online, Kim called Kanye 'the best daddy' to their kids and shared a candid family photo showing the couple with their two oldest kids on the beach. In Kim's fathers day post for her dad, she shared a throwback pic of herself as a teen next to her dad and captioned it saying how much she misses him, and that he would be so proud of The Robert G Kardashian Esophageal Center at UCLA.
While Kim's feed is oozing blissful family time and amazing new launches for KKW Beauty, anyone who is watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians know that the upcoming two-episode finale will be nothing but drama. The popular reality show will finally get to what went down when news broke of Tristan's cheating scandal with family friend Jordyn Woods in February this year, and the trailer alone will have KUWTK fans sitting on pins and needles until Sunday.