Kris Jenner is over the moon about her new grandchild, Saint West. The baby boy, who is the second child of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, was born Dec. 6. His heavenly name, however, was not revealed until several days later. Now Kris, 60, is speaking out about her granddaughter's unique name.

According to People magazine, the five-time grandmother was asked about her youngest grandchild's name during the Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast in Los Angeles Wednesday. She told the publication Saint is the "perfect" name for the newborn, claiming his personality is very saint-like. Kris said the 4-day-old baby is "amazing," adding that it was a bit too early to tell whether he'll be "calm" or "anxious" when he grows up.

"He's definitely a saint. It's perfect," Kris said. "He's amazing. We've only known him for a few days so we'll see if he's calm, or you know, anxious."

Kris isn't the only one who can't stop talking about Saint. Kim's sister Khloé Kardashian recently revealed a few details about the baby boy during a live stream on her app. She told viewers Saint was "so cute and so perfect," before updating fans on Kim and Kanye's condition. Khloé, 30, said both parents were doing well post-baby.

Kim is responsible for the name-unveiling for her second child with Kanye. The couple also share 2-year-old daughter North West. Kim, 35, opted to share the exciting news on social media, tweeting a photo of four emojis, meant to represent her little family. Accompanying the photo was her son's name, written in all caps.