Kim Kardashian West has shared the first full picture of her daughter Chicago, who was born via a surrogate in January.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star took to social media on Saturday to post the second photo of her baby girl, who was born via a surrogate in January, but the first photo without a filter attached.
Alongside a pink heart, she simply captioned it: "Morning cutie."
It comes after Kim admitted she found it "tricky" choosing to have another baby girl but ultimately decided on a female as doctors told them the fertilised egg was the "healthiest".
She said: "It's a really tricky thing. What sex do you put in? I just said, 'Which one is the healthiest? Pick the healthiest one,' and that was a girl ... I refer to her as a surrogate, but it's completely my and Kanye's DNA, so technically that's called a gestational carrier. A surrogate is when they use the husband's sperm and the surrogate's egg. [When we met her,] it was a feeling. You know when you can trust someone.
"I hated being pregnant. But as much as I hated it, I still wished I could have done it on my own. The control is hard at the beginning. Once you let that go, it's the best experience. I would recommend surrogacy for anybody."
During her previous deliveries, Kim - who also has North, four, and Saint, two - suffered from placenta accreta and she admitted her mother, Kris Jenner still gets emotional when the complication is discussed.
She explained: "After giving birth, your placenta is supposed to come out. But mine was stuck. That's what women usually die from in childbirth - you haemorrhage and bleed to death and they can't stop it. To get it out - it's so disgusting - the doctor had to stick his whole arm in me and scrape it off. It was the most painful. To this day, if you mention it to mom, she'll cry. It was traumatic."