Kim Kardashian Celebrates Mother's Day at Home with Breakfast in Bed — and a Homemade Card!
Kim Kardashian West marked Mother's Day a day after celebrating son Psalm's first birthday
One day after celebrating son Psalm's first birthday, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star, 39, was showered with love as she marked the holiday at home with her husband Kanye West and their four kids: North, who turns 7 next month, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm.
Kicking things off early, Kardashian West's family treated her to breakfast in bed — which even included two red roses — as well as an adorable handmade card, which featured whimsically-decorated cutouts of all four kids' palms.
"Happy Mother's Day 2020," the card read. "Love North, Saint, Chi and Psalm."
"Breakfast in bed for Mother's Day," Kardashian West wrote alongside the snapshot.
Last year, Kardashian West celebrated her first Mother's Day as a mom of four. At the time, a source told PEOPLE that she "had a beautiful Mother’s Day weekend with her newborn and older kids" after announcing the birth of their new son via surrogate.
"She didn’t seem stressed out at all. Before the baby was born, she was freaking out for weeks because she felt they weren’t ready for him. But the second he was born, Kim was just focused on how happy she is that her baby boy is here," the source said.
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"From Kendall and from Tristan. I love you guys. Thank you so much for this early Mother's Day surprise. They really are so beautiful," the mom of four said in the clip, showing off the stunning floral arrangement.
The KKW Beauty mogul and Thompson have been on good terms lately. They famously fell out because of the NBA star's cheating scandal with Kim and Khloé's sister Kylie Jenner's then-best friend, Jordyn Woods, in February 2019.
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