“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” stars Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian often claimed their mother, Kris Jenner, favored their sister Kim Kardashian West. Could the picture Jenner posted of Kim’s son Saint West on Instagram Monday be the proof that she has a favorite in the family? The Kardashian momager loves to share pictures of her children and grandchildren on social media, but North and Saint West, the children of Kim and Kanye West, may be getting preferential treatment.
She posted the following caption when the first photo of Saint was shared Monday: “Meet my grandson Saint!!!!! He’s a little lovebug and an amazing gift from God.”
It seems like a typical post from a proud grandmother, but when compared to what she wrote for Reign Aston Disick, who was born in December 2014, the announcement for Saint is grander. She wrote this for Reign, the son of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick: “Meet my beautiful grandson!!!!”
While the enthusiasm is still there, she did not say Reign was a “gift from God.” Maybe it doesn’t have to do with favoritism: Jenner’s new caption could have been inspired by Saint’s ostentatious name. The only problem with that is she has done something similar with photos of North West and Penelope Disick, who are less than 11 months apart. North was born June 15, 2013, and Penelope was born July 8, 2012.
Jenner often posts pictures and videos on Instagram of North, but Penelope appears only sporadically on her page. One could argue that Kourtney is more protective and doesn’t want many pictures of her children on the internet, but Kanye West is famously private about his personal life. He barely allows North to show her face on “KUWTK.”
Even when it comes to the fathers of her grandchildren, Jenner seems to widely favors Kanye West to Scott Disick. Check out her Instagram posts from Father’s Day two years ago, which was way before Scott and Kourtney split.
Though Jenner, 60, would most likely deny she favors Kim and her children over Kourtney and her three kids, her Instagram account might say something different.
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