Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West Just Welcomed Their Second Child

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West Just Welcomed Their Second Child
Source: AP
Source: AP

According to Kim Kardashian West's Facebook page and her official website, the business mogul and style maven gave birth to her and Kanye West's second child on Saturday. With a simple picture of the new mom holding hands with husband Kanye West, Kardashian West announced the family's new addition. 

"He's here!" the post reads. 

Fans who click the link on her Facebook page go to her website, where she shared a simple message to her fans: 

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West welcomed the arrival of their son this morning. Mother and son are doing well.

Only a few hours previously, Kardashian West told her fans that she was ready to deliver the baby with a bump-baring photo post. 

Though originally scheduled to deliver near Christmas, Kardashian West moved her due date closer to Thanksgiving due to health concerns indicated by her first pregnancy with baby North West, according to Us Weekly.

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