Kim Kardashian unveils family Christmas snap with Kanye and the kids

Kim Kardashian West, 39, has revealed her and 42-year-old Kanye West's family Christmas card snap.

The husband and wife posed with their four children North, six, Saint, four, Chicago, one, and Psalm, seven months, for the adorable group snap taken in their Hidden Hills home.

The family of five were clad in grey loungewear for the adorable photo with Kanye deciding to wear a cream jersey top with his dove coloured sweatpants.

Looking every inch the doting father, the Stronger rapper held daughter Chi in his arms with North and Kim, who cradled youngest child Psalm in her arms, sat in front and little Saint was in the foreground of the snap captured on the stairs of their minimalist mansion.

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As she posted the image on Instagram , she captioned the upload: "The West Family Christmas Card 2019."

Kim's 2019 Christmas card is different to those ones from years prior as it does not include her extended family.

They usually include Kim with her sisters and all their children.

The post follows on from her opening up about her harrowing and painful journey to motherhood in a new campaign for her SKIMS clothing range.

She got candid about her horrific pregnancy complications in a video released on Thursday which saw her speak honestly about her push for a third labor birth despite doctors' refusal.

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The KUWTK star relived her 'pain' as she spoke about suffering from severe pre-eclampsia or toxemia which ultimately forced her to turn to surrogacy.

The Hollwood A-lister described the devastating moment her doctors told her: "We won't even put an embryo in you as that would be like malpractice."

The promotional video sees the reality TV star wearing a chocolate-brown coloured lounge set from her new clothing range as she talks to the cameras about her pregnancy struggles.

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She started by explaining that pre-eclampsia is a condition women suffer during pregnancy which sees 'the mom's organs start to shut down'.

Kim continued: "The only way to get rid of that is to deliver the baby at 34.5 weeks. I had to go into emergency labour -so they induced me and North was just four pounds and six weeks early.

The star then relived the horrifying experience after she delivered North when her placenta 'never came out' and it "grew inside my uterus'.

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She explained how serious the condition is and shockingly described how the condition is a main cause in how 'women die from in childbirth.'

Kim went on the reveal how she was able to carry on and have more children after deciding to freeze her eggs and use the embryos.

This process allowed her to give birth to her second child, son Saint, but the star admitted she suffered from "another awful delivery" and the "same conditions."

After being forced to endure five different operation to fix the damage caused by another pregnancy, doctors refused to let Kim go through the experience again.

She said: "I asked my doctors, 'can I do it one more time?' And they were like, 'we won't even put an embryo in you – that would be like malpractice'."

After being giving an ultimatum, Kim decided to turn to two different surrogacies and use her last two embryos.

Power couple Kim and Kanye went on to welcome their second daughter Chicago in January 2018 and their second son Psalm in May this year.

The star announced her grateful attitude to having children and insisted she was "thankful no matter how they came to me."

Kim also admitted that she would have gone through "the same pain and back" for the amazing result of having her four children.

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