Kim Kardashian paid tribute to her adorable baby daughter Nori as she stepped out in Paris with a gold 'Nori' name chain.
Her little one couldn't join her on the outing in the City of Light, but she was clearly not far from her thoughts.
Along with her boyfriend Kanye West, Kim ran errands in the French capital. They were first seen arriving at French fashion designer Stephane Rolland's office before heading to lunch at famous restaurant L'Avenue on Avenue Montaigne.
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There, the reality TV star was seen chatting to former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley.
Kim and Kanye have left baby North back at home in LA. A source told Us magazine, "Kim was sad to say goodbye. This is the first time she's been away from the baby."
On Sunday, the pair attended the Givenchy show dressed in all black.
Wearing a figure-hugging black peplum dress with a thigh-high split, Kim looked to be back to her confident, sexy self as she attended the fashion show. The pair were sitting alongisde actress Lily Collins and singer Ciara.
She took to Twitter after the show to thank Givenchy designer Ricardo Tisci for her dress. "Thank you Ricky for making this for me the day before the show. I die for you. #Givenchy4lifebaby," she wrote.
The newly-blonde wore her locks straight, and topped off her outfit with plum strappy heels.
Kanye, meanwhile, wore crocodile skin boots and a fur-trimmed overcoat.
The power couple arrived by private jet in the French capital on Saturday morning.
The reality TV star and businesswoman was met by Carine Roitfeld, the former editor of French Vogue and the woman behind Kim's edgy pregnancy photoshoot.
Carine has previously spoken out about her friendship with the famous duo.
Speaking at the New York premiere of Mademoiselle C, the super stylist had nothing but nice things to say about Kim and Kayne. "They are so normal," she told People. "They are lovely together."
"She was one of the easiest models I have ever worked with," Carine added of Kim. "Honestly, she was very, very nice. She made no demands at all."