Kim Kardashian Shares First Photo of Daughter Chicago

There she is! Kim Kardashian shared the first photo of her newborn daughter Chicago on Instagram on Monday, February 26.

In the cute pic, the reality TV star, 37, wears a white robe as she cradles her daughter, who is also dressed in white. They both have teddy bear ears and noses, thanks to a filter. “Baby Chicago,” she captioned the snapshot.

Baby Chicago

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It’s not the first glimpse we’ve had of Kardashian and husband Kanye West‘s third child, who was born via surrogate on January 15. Fans briefly got to see Chicago in Kylie Jenner‘s 11-minute YouTube video that she shared earlier this month documenting her pregnancy. In the video, the pregnant Lip Kit maven, 20, cradled her niece, who was swaddled in a baby blanket. “She’s so little,” Jenner marveled as the Selfish author said they were thinking of naming her after West’s hometown.

As Us Weekly previously reported, Kardashian, who also shares daughter North, 4, and son Saint, 2, with West, is loving life as a mother of three and has been getting up in the middle of the night to look after her baby girl.

Saint West, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and North West. Courtesy of Kim Kardashian/Instagram

“It’s really important they bond with the baby. Kim’s a very hands-on mom,” the insider told Us. “Baby is settling in beautifully. Chi is sleeping a ton for now.”

The social media star offered an update on her daughter to a commenter on Twitter over the weekend, revealing that Chicago is “the sweetest,” and adding that “She looks a little bit like North and a tiny bit like Saint,” but is “definitely her own person!”

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