Khloe Kardashian finally shares baby boy's face in Christmas photo
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The Kardashian's are not usually ones to be away from the spotlight, and they usually provide fans with a few Christmas pictures during the holiday season.
Earlier this year, Khloe Kardashian gave birth to a second child with cheating ex Tristan Thompson via surrogate in July.
In a new Christmas Instagram post, Khloe shares two pictures of herself wearing a strapless red gown with a high stilt.
She is joined by her four-year-old True, who in one picture looks up at her mother wearing the same lavish fabric she is wearing.
And in of Khloe's arms is her five-month-old son - who is yet to have his name publicly revealed - wearing all black.
Many fans took to the comment section of the Instagram post to discuss the rare sighting of Khloe's newborn.
One person said: "Soooooo beautiful!!! Love you guys."
A second added: "omg perfection!!! ❤️."
However, there were some that were not so impressed by Khloe's recent Instagram post.
"You can tell by the picture that it is all about the mom and not the kids and she is holding her daughter’s arms her daughter is not holding her hands," one person said.
They added: "Definitely striking a pose for good picture but no feeling of happiness."
A second added: "These kids are being used as accessories. They’re both literally looking right at her while she strikes a pose."
And a third said: "Those kids look completely not wanting anything to do with this."
Khloe and Thompson welcomed their second child together after the news broke that he had cheated on her and fathered another child with personal trainer Maralee Nichols.
Because of this, Khloe decided to have her sister Kim Kardashian present at the birth instead.
Speaking on The Kardashians after her son's birth, Khloe said: "I am so grateful. It’s such a beautiful gift that we’re able to have.
Ever since December there has been this dark cloud looming over me.
"Every single day, I’ve been feeling depressed and sad, and now that my son is here, I get to move on, and I get to enjoy."