Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's son Saint was reportedly hospitalized over the holidays for a case of pneumonia. A day before Saint was admitted, Kim took to her Instagram to share a lovely family photo of her quartet.
INSTAGRAM KIM KARDASHIAN BABY SON Saint was eventually released to recover at home
The 37-year-old says Saint is all better now, calling the little love muffin "so resilient" and using the mixed baby angel emoji.
Kim Kardashian West ended 2017 on a "scary" note as she watched her young son, Saint, battle pneumonia.
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Kardashian followed up with another tweet thanking nurses and doctors, "I just want to thank every nurse & doctor out there who works so hard around the clock". Kim wrote. "He's home and all better. We are so grateful for you all!" she wrote. After all, Kardashian West recently bemoaned just how high maintenance it is to keep her light hue intact.
The family of four will soon turn to five as the West's are set to welcome their newest bundle of joy sometime this month.
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TMZ also reported that Saint returned home from the scary incident on Saturday, and has apparently been doing well ever since, and both parents had split their time between the hospital and home, so one could be with daughter North and taking care of Saint at all times.
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