Kris Jenner, Kim and Khloe Kardashian celebrate Psalm’s 1st birthday with adorable posts – The Sun

KIM Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner celebrated Psalm's first birthday with the cutest posts.

The KKW beauty mogul shares her baby boy with her husband, Kanye West.

Kim, 39, posted the sweetest video of her youngest child on Instagram.

She wrote: "My baby Psalm turns 1 years old today!!!!!!

"Psalmy you complete our family. You make everything perfect.

"I love you so much!!!!

"Happy Birthday Psalm."

On Kim's post, her famous friends wished her fourth child a happy birthday.

Her makeup artist turned best friend, Mario Dedivanovic, commented: "Happy Birthday."

Khloe's best friend, Malika, wrote: "Oh my gorgeous.

"Happy Birthday baby boy."

YouTube star Natalie Halcro commented: "Happy Birthday Psalm."

The KUWTK star's mother, Kris Jenner, posted a sweet message for her grandson.
She wrote: "Happy Birthday to our sweet little Psalm!!

"You are the icing on our family cake precious baby and I love you so much…thank you for that delicious smile you give me every single time I see you. I

"It makes my day… my heart is so full of love for you …God Bless You Psalmy …

#HappyBirthdayPsalm."

Khloe posted the sweetest photos of her daughter, True, 2, with Psalm and wrote: "Happy Birthday to TuTu's baby."

In the photos, True is cuddling up to her baby cousin on Halloween.

In another photo, True is seen planting a kiss on him.

Psalm is Kim and Kanye's fourth child together.

The couple also share daughters, North and Chicago, and another son named Saint.

Even though the couple has an exciting birthday to celebrate, the two are still "arguing" a lot during the pandemic.

Sources close to the couple told The Sun: "Kim and Kanye are arguing and at each other's throats during this pandemic.

"Kim is getting stir crazy, as she's used to being on the go. It's also a lot of time alone with the kids for her.

"She is frustrated with Kanye and thinks he's not pulling his weight in family responsibilities. They've been staying at opposite ends of the house to keep things civil."

 

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