Kylie Jenner has shared the first full picture of her daughter Stormi, in an adorable video posted to her Snapchat account.
The 20-year-old lip kit mogul welcomed her first child - whom she has with boyfriend Travis Scott - into the world just over a month ago on February 1, and on Snapchat on Saturday, the star showed fans what the tot looks like for the very first time.
Kylie has posted pictures of Stormi on social media before but they have always been obscured slightly, such as one picture which showed her hand holding Kylie's thumb with her face out of focus in the background, and another where Kylie is holding her, with the tot facing away from the camera.
The 'Life of Kylie' star uploaded a short video clip to the photo sharing site on Saturday, which showed Stormi sucking on her pacifier.
Kylie wrote alongside it: "my pretty girl (sic)"
It comes after sources recently revealed the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star is "super hands-on" when it comes to parenting her tot, and although she does have help, she is "actively involved" in all aspects of motherhood, including changing diapers.
A source said: "Kylie is one month into being a mom and still loving it. It's exhausting, but she loves that she's a mom and is honestly really enjoying all the responsibility that has come along with it.
"She absolutely gets her hands dirty changing diapers on the regular and is really attentive and makes sure Stormi is eating and sleeping enough. Kylie is super hands-on and actively involved, but of course she has help."
Kylie has been keeping fans up to date with Stormi's first few weeks in the world since she was born, and has posted a handful of photos and videos of her baby on social media.
And recently, it was claimed the star is "completely in love" with Stormi and enjoying being a mother for the first time.
A source said: "It's been a big adjustment for Kylie, but she's loving be a mom and watching all of the little things that Stormi is doing each day. She's exhausted and emotional, but she's also completely in love."