Former model Kimora Lee Simmons has shared the first picture of her newborn son Wolfe, on her Instagram account.
Kimora, 39, revealed she gave birth to her fourth child naturally, reported Aceshowbiz.
"#WolfeLee is finally here! After an all natural, intimate, beautiful, long birth!" she captioned the snapshot that showed her cuddling the newborn boy.
"He's everything we thought he would be and MORE! I am so grateful to my amazing husband for all of his support and love through it all. He never left my side! It wasn't easy, but we did it!" She added, "Thank you also to my special 'nurse Maureen' and team that helped get this 11 pounder OUT of me! #Whoa #Wolfe #BabyWolfe#" she wrote.
Besides Wolfe, her son with husband Tim Leissner, Kimora has three other children, daughters Ming Lee and Aoki with Russell Simmon as well as son Kenzo with actor Djimon Hounsou.
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