Khloe Kardashian's best friend, Malika Haqq, gave an up-close look at her newborn son as she gushed over the joy she is feeling since his birth over a week ago.
Malika Haqq from "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" is savoring all the moments of her first week of parenthood. The new mother recently showed off a picture of her newborn son, Ace.
In what looks like one of his first pictures from the hospital, he looked wet and was wrapped in a fury blanket. He looked adorable is wearing tiny white gloves. In her caption, she gushed, "best week of my life."
The coronavirus has put a bit of a damper on Ace's arrival because many of her famous friends are on lockdown, so she hasn't had any visitors yet. However, her twin sister, Khadijah Haqq, acknowledged the joy they are all feeling and responded:
"It's been AMAZING, What a GREAT baby you have sissy!"
Malika welcomed her first child with her ex-boyfriend, O.T. Genasis. The couple dated for two years before calling it quits in the Spring.
Leading up to her lavish baby shower that was hosted by Khloe Kardashian, she was tight-lipped over the identity of her child's father, until the rapper was pictured at the event, confirming his paternity.
Malika Haqq and O.T. Genasis arrive on the red carpet at the PrettyLittleThing x Ashley Graham Event on September 24, 2018, in West Hollywood, California | Source: Greg Doherty/Getty Images
The couple parted ways on good terms and are focused on co-parenting their son together. In acaption
with a picture from her baby, in which she posed with, O.T. Genasis sheadmitted:
"Relationships don't always work out the way we would hope but between love & friendship we have created a baby boy."
"Whether you brought me lunch or called me or texted me…I'm incredibly thankful to [O.T. Genasis] for my little boy."
Although many of her friends and family are yet to meet baby Ace, she had been showered with gifts since his arrival
It is reported, she shared on her Instagram large bouquets of white and pink roses from both Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian.
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