Kim Kardashian is the second child, and she was born Kimberly Noel Kardashian on October 21st, 1980. The SKIMS CEO, media personality, aspiring lawyer, and fashion icon shares four children (North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm) with her ex-husband, rapper Kanye West. Despite Kim’s misgivings regarding Kanye, parents are equally involved in their kids’ active lives. The kids additionally enjoy spending time with their cousins and their dogs.
North West is Kim and Kanye’s eldest daughter and child, and her birthday falls on June 15th, 2013. In her free time, she loves playing sports, doing TikToks, hanging out with her siblings and mom, and doing makeovers. For her 10th birthday this year, North had a Beverly Hills Troop-themed party, where she, Kim, Kourtney, Penelope, and her friends spent a night at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Saint West is the second child and first son of the former couple, and his birthday is December 5th, 2015. He enjoys soccer games, video games, and hanging out with friends. You know, typical kid stuff. He and his sister North will be co-starring with their mom in the forthcoming movie Paw Patrol 2: The Mighty Movie later this year.
Chicago West, also known as “Chi-Chi” (pronounced as “Shy-shy”), is the third born and second daughter, and her special day fell on January 15th, 2018. Chi has been called “Kim’s twin” as she strongly resembles the reality star. As she is very young, the little girl enjoys Hello Kitty, swimming, and the color pink.
Psalm West is the youngest and second son; his birthday is May 9th, 2019. The little guy enjoys spending time with his brother and time at the fire department.
Both Chicago and Psalm were delivered via surrogate as Kim could no longer carry children due to dangerous pregnancy complications. When she delivered Saint and North, the SKIMS founder suffered from preeclampsia, when the blood pressure rises to unsafe levels during labor and can be life-threatening. She additionally suffered from placenta accreta, where the placenta fails to detach from the uterus. For the latter, Kim had numerous surgeries to repair the damage but was told after Saint by her doctors that the condition would likely return if she desired to have a third child. Yet, Kim’s yearning for motherhood was stronger than any complication or pain.
“I am so thankful for my beautiful kids,” Kim shared in an Instagram video in 2019. “No matter how they came to me, they came to me. I would’ve gone through the same pain and back as the result of having my babies. It was all worth it.”