Kim Kardashian reveals name of her baby boy

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The waiting game is finally over. Kim Kardashian has revealed the name of her baby boy - Saint West! After much anticipation Kim and husband Kanye West celebrated the safe arrival of their second child on Saturday and since then grandmother Kris Jenner has already paid the newborn a visit.

Kim and Kanye have named their second child Saint

The mother-of-two revealed her son's name via Twitter, simply writing: "SAINT WEST" with a fun collection of emojis to represent her family.

News of the baby boy's name has surfaced a lot quicker than when the power couple had their daughter, North. The older sister was born at the same hospital two years ago but Kim and Kanye waited almost a week before announcing her name. However, it is being widely reported that he will have the middle name 'Robert' after Kim's late father, Robert Kardashian, who passed away in 2003.

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Kim and Kanye welcomed their second baby on December 5

The doting parents announced their son's arrival via Kim's app, KimKardashian.com, along with a photo of the couple holding hands, and the message: "Mother and baby are doing well."

Dad Kanye, 38, is apparently "really stoked" to have a son, a source told People on Sunday. "He knows how important it is for North to have a strong father in her life, and he feels that same responsibility to his son, as well," the insider said.

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The happy couple already have daughter North

Kim, 35, has also been visited by her sisters at her luxury maternity suite; Khloe Kardashian was spotted at the hospital on Saturday, and, according to People, mum-of-three Kourtney Kardashian assisted Kim throughout her labour.

It is also being reported that Kim was able to deliver her baby boy naturally; doctors were successfully able to turn the unborn child around from a breech position, avoiding the need for a caesarean section – something Kim had been keen to avoid unless it was medically necessary.

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