By Sam Ramsden/Sept. 10, 2021 7:58 pm EDT
Kim Kardashian has shared details of her son’s scary injury. In an Instagram story uploaded on Sept. 9, to her millions of followers, the reality TV superstar revealed that her five-year-old son, Saint, “broke his arm in a few places.” According to the Daily Mail, Kardashian kept fans updated with her son’s injury with photos taken inside a doctor’s office that showed Saint sitting in a wheelchair and holding an ice pack to his wrist.
As Page Six reported, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star went on to write in another Instagram story caption, “Who do you think cried more today? My baby broke his arm in a few places today. I’m not ok.” She concluded, “Poor baby.”
Kardashian’s second-born child Saint is one of the four children the reality star shares with her ex-husband Kanye West, along with eight-year-old daughter North, three-year-old daughter Chicago, and two-year-old son, Psalm.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly working on their relationship
Speaking to TMZ in August 2021, a source close to Kardashian and West revealed that, although their divorce is at the moment still very much on, there is always the possibility the pair could one day get back together and the co-parents have been spending a lot of time together privately while “working on rebuilding the foundation of their relationship.”
And in a conversation with the Daily Mail, an insider also disclosed that the couple’s split “is amicable and there is no drama,” adding that Kardashian had asked for joint legal and physical custody of their four children, and neither party will contest their prenuptial agreement.
According to Page Six, Kardashian has also been very supportive of her ex-husband’s latest LP “Donda,” and various sources have claimed that West’s new track “Hurricane” was inspired by his infidelity during their marriage. “The song is in a way his testimony of everything he did wrong and taking accountability for their marriage breakdown,” one source revealed to the publication.
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