The seventh birthday party for Saint, Kim Kardashian’s kid, was a touchdown.
Sunday, the reality star accompanied her son and a couple of his buddies to SoFi Stadium to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the Seattle Seahawks.
In addition to holding the Super Bowl trophy, wearing a championship ring, and meeting players, the birthday boy received a football-shaped cake for his party.
The following day, the 42-year-old “Kardashians” star posted party photos on Instagram with, “Happy 7th Birthday to my sweet son!” “ I adore you so so very much!
The inventor of KKW Beauty, who is also the mother of boy Psalm, 3, and daughters North, 9, and Chicago, 4, said, “I adore seeing you develop into the nicest soul in the history of humanity.”
“Mommy will always and forever adore you!”
The reality star referred to him as “the loveliest person ever.”
Khloé Kardashian replied on the social media post by describing her nephew as “the cutest child in the entire country.”
Kris Jenner also posted a beautiful tribute to her grandchild on Instagram.
“Your face brightens a room like the sun, and you offer the nicest hugs in the world!” exclaimed the 67-year-old talent manager. “You are actually so nice, sweet, caring, giving, joyful, and considerate, and you are constantly
Kanye West has not yet announced Saint’s birthday over social media.
Last week, the Grammy winner’s Twitter account was again stopped when he uploaded a swastika in a campaign commercial for his 2024 presidential candidacy and spoke to Alex Jones about finding “positive qualities” in Adolf Hitler.
Kardashian shares Saint, North, Chicago, and Psalm with her ex-husband Kanye West.
The anti-Semitism issue followed the Yeezy designer’s divorce settlement with Kardashian.
West has been ordered to pay his ex-wife $200,000 a month in child support and 50 percent of his children’s tuition expenditures.
After nearly seven years of marriage, the cosmetics mogul filed for divorce from West in February 2021, and they were proclaimed legally single in March of the following year.
According to court records acquired by Page Six, the exes have shared custody and “equal access” to their children.