Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s newborn daughter Chicago has been seen for the first time. Picture: Supplied
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s newborn daughter Chicago has been seen for the first time. Picture: Supplied

First look at Chicago West

KIM Kardashian and Kanye West's newborn daughter, Chicago West, has been seen publicly for the first time.

The newborn appears in a video released by Kylie Jenner, used to announce the birth of her own baby girl, born on February 1.

Chicago - the West family's third child - was born via a surrogate on January 15, and was wrapped tightly in a white blanket as Kim gave her over to then-pregnant Kylie to hold, New York Post reports.

Kylie Jenner holding her niece Chicago West. Picture: YouTube
Kylie Jenner holding her niece Chicago West. Picture: YouTube

Kylie, 20, and her Goosebumps rapper boyfriend Travis Scott, 25, still have not released their baby's name but the video is the first official confirmation of the birth, after months of speculation.

"She looks completely different," Kylie beamed while holding her niece. "She's so little."

The sisters chatted about Kim's choice of baby name, which prompted Kylie to say, "I love Chicago".

Chicago West made her debut in Kylie Jenner's baby announcement video. Picture: Kylie Jenner
Chicago West made her debut in Kylie Jenner's baby announcement video. Picture: Kylie Jenner

Their older brother Rob Kardashian was also in the clip with his daughter, Dream.

Kim then told Kylie, "I need to school you on what your vagina is about to feel like. Like for real".

Kylie replied, "I actually don't want to know".

The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner family has kept everyone guessing for months, staying off from social media (except to promote her beauty line, Kylie Cosmetics) and largely staying holed up in her Hidden Hills mansion.

Taking to Instagram, Kylie apologised for not being upfront with fans.

"I'm sorry for keeping you in the dark through all the assumptions," she said in a statement.


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