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After two months of anticipation, Kim Kardashian's rapper boyfriend Kanye West has revealed the first picture of their baby daughter.
A cherubic photo of baby North West, who was born on June 15, was unveiled on matriarch Kris Jenner's chat show on Friday during the rapper's highly publicised appearance.
During an interview with the excited grandmother, the proud new father, 36, shared the photo with the audience and millions of viewers across America.
A snap of baby North flashed up on the screen after Kanye and Kris sat down to discuss the new addition to the family.
And it is clear from the image that the tiny baby possesses features from both her mother and father.
"How cute is that gorgeous baby!! Who do you think she looks like?" Kris gushed over the snap, to which Kanye responded with a laugh: "I pray that she looks like her mother when she's older."
Kris told the singer that she thought her granddaughter was an "amazing combination" of both Kim and Kanye.
"I think she is an amazing combination of the two of you. She is so adorable. She has Kim's eyes, I think she has your cheeks and both of your lips. Some days she has your lips and some days she has Kim's lips," she said.
"They dissect her," Kris explained to the audience.
"Kim would go 'Look at her ears, Mom look at her ears!' It is so cute how obsessed you guys are."
Before revealing the snap to the world, Kanye categorically denied that he and Kim had tried to shop first images of their daughter to the media.
FIRST PICTURE: After weeks of
anticipation, Kanye West shared a
snap of his daughter North on Kris
Jenner's chat show on Friday.
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