He's so beautifuuuul

He's so beautifuuuul

If you have been thinking - where the HELL is Saint West?! It's been over two months and all we've seen is a teeny weeny hand shot. In fact, there's been no mention of Kimye baby #2 since he was born in early December - and it's hardly as if Kim and Kanye have been staying out of the limelight, what with the album, the fashion show and the ongoing Twitter saga.

But - get excited - Kim has shared the second picture of Saint with the caption: 'You're the sun in my morning babe'! And he's so so sweet. 

The first picture we saw of little Saint was on 22nd February, an uncharacteristic three months after he was born! She said: 'Today is my dad's birthday. I know there's nothing more in the world he would have wanted than to meet his grandchildren. So I wanted to share this pic of Saint with you all' with the picture.

The last we heard of little Saint was his name announcement - which came after Kim dismissed suggestions they may call their son South as ‘the stupidest thing ever’.

Kimye announced their baby news in a website post on 7th December, named To Our Fans, she wrote: ‘SAINT WEST, 12.05.15, 8 POUNDS 1 OUNCE’. Accompanying the most Kimye announcement of all time was a family portrait, in emojis. How very 2015.

Kim + Kanye's first family portrait with newborn Saint... Yes, it's in Emojis

The Internet is a cruel mistress and, unsurprisingly, it wasn’t long before people flooded social media to share their rather mixed reactions to 2-year-old North’s sibling’s name. (Which, incidentally, is illegal in New Zealand, along with naming a baby Lucifer and finding uranium and not reporting it.)

Obviously, baby West's name was always going to cause social media uproar (he was never going to be called James, was he?), but Saint West is basically a Tweeter's dream.

An out there name (particularly one with such a Kanye-style delusion of grandeur) + the Internet's penchant for Kardashian-bashing, one might say.

It's been reported that the couple chose a religious name for 'miracle baby' Saint, which they see as a blessing after Kim's tricky pregnancy.

After rumours were circling about Saint's middle name being Robert, after Kim's late father, but it's been confirmed that he won't have one - just Saint West then. 

Not did people react to the name, they also found someone who actually GUESSED Kimye's name of choice. 'Sickboi' Tweeted 'watch kanye name his kid "saint" or something stupid' back in June! Cue - over 111k Retweets and 86k likes! Good one, Sickboi.

There was the predictable Internet mayhem you'd expect from a Kardashian name announcement, then the Twitter army focused on the pronunciation of the name... Like Saint Francis or Saint Laurent? (What's your verdict? Our money's on 'San'.)

Not only did the San v. Saint debate get the Internet talking, Kim's placenta pill chat was unsurprisingly discussed in length. (Yep, she's had Saint's placenta made in to pills.)

The 35-year-old wrote about the decision on her website, saying: 'I'm really not this holistic person or someone who would have ever considered eating my placenta [...] And when I say "eat my placenta," I mean that I'm having it freeze-dried and made into a pill form—not actually fry it like a steak and eat it (which some people do, BTW).'

After hearing positive things from friends about it stopping post-partum depression, she decided to try it: 'I really didn't want the baby blues and thought I can't go wrong with taking a pill made of my own hormones—made by me, for me [...] I started researching and read about so many moms who felt this same way and said the overall healing process was so much easier,' she said.

'I had great results and felt so energized and didn't have any signs of depression! I definitely had to do it again.'

Jona Lucarelli, the woman behind Kim's placenta pills, spoke to People, explaining: 'The studies are inconclusive but anecdotally, what we’re seeing is that women who are bringing their placenta back into their bodies this way are reporting that their milk supplies are better for the baby, their energy is higher, they don’t seem to be struggling with postpartum depression to the extent that women [who] are not doing this may be'.

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Lucarelli said that Kim opted for the Raw Foods Method, which involved dehydrating the placenta instead of the Traditional Chinese Method where it's steamed before dehydrating. Both cost $275 for between 100-200 pills.

(Just a reminder - compared to other celebrity baby names, Saint is A-OK...)