Kim Kardashian Reveals Adorable Snapshot of Her 'Inseparable' Children

Kim Kardashian & Stephanie Shepherd Set The Record Straight On Feud (And Chicago's Middle Name) In New Video!

Kim Kardashian & Stephanie Shepherd Set The Record Straight On Feud (And Chicago's Middle Name) In New Video!

In the sweet snap, 6-month-old Chicago, clad in a light brown onesie with cozy white socks, cuddles up close to her older brother Saint, 2, who is dressed in a camouflage T-shirt and comfy gray sweats.

Kim K has also given Chi an unofficial middle name.

The reality TV star, 37, posted the image showing her son Saint, two, and daughter Chicago, seven months, seated next to each other on a sofa.

She said: "She's literally my twin, it's insane".

Instead, the mum-of-three has chose to shorten the name to "Chi", pronounced "shy", and keep that as her unofficial name for now. I haven't been into middle names, but I wanted a name that was short - a one-syllable name.

"I said, 'I love you a lot, like a sister, and this conversation is really hard for me to have". She doesn't look like a Jo, ' Kim continued.

Taking to her website KimKardashianWest.com, she said: "Chicago just looks really long to me and doesn't flow, so I call her Chi". 'I think because I was so nervous that having a surrogate I would lose that connection. "I swear I was like, God is going to be like, 'Here is your twin so you feel so connected.' Yeah, it's insane how it works".

Now, Kardashian West has taken to her app to confirm there was never a feud and the duo simply reached the end of their working relationship. "I'm going to add one", she claimed. "And I think it's important that in all couples, the mom gives the husband as much attention as the kids".

"He's nicer than [daughter North], I will say that". "To see that, the one thing, though I did feel I know it's not true, so in my soul, if it were true I'd be freaking out, but to know, like, no, I talk to you like every week".

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