Kim Kardashian was carrying TWO babies during North West's Jerusalem baptism

Published June 15th, 2015 - 11:27 GMT

Kim Kardashian has shared intimate pictures of her daughter North's baptism in Jerusalem.

Adorable little Nori was baptised in a very traditional ceremony earlier this year and reality star Kim has now shared some special moments from the trip.

New pictures show proud mum Kim dressed in a white lace headscarf and a conservative floor-length skirt.

It looks like all the excitement got a little too much for North, who slept the whole way through.

Kim, who is pregnant with her second child with hubby Kanye West and recently cleared up speculation she could be calling her second child South, wrote on Twitter: "Baptising North in Jerusalem in an Armenian church with our new baby in my belly was so special."

Alongside a picture of North resting on her shoulder, she wrote: "Sleeping beauty."

Kanye kept his head slightly bowed as he stood alongside the pair dressed in white jeans and a white long-sleeved top.

The reality star opened up about the ceremony which happened at a 12th-century Amernian Apostolic Church during a trip to Jerusalem in April.

Kim told People magazine: "It was such a beautiful experience for my family to have North baptized in Jerusalem."

She added: "Kanye and I are so thankful."

Crowds of fans gathered outside but the famous family remained quiet during the peaceful ceremony.

During the hour-long service, which was performed in both Armenian and English, holy water was poured over North's head and she was given a cross by the church.

Her sister Khloe joined in the ceremony and was named as North's godmother, and can be seen looking on.

Kim recently spoke out to insist she won't be calling her second child South West.

The pregnant reality star called the baby name rumours totally "ridiculous".

Speaking to the NPR show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me, she said: "I don't like South West though, because North will always be better, and she has a better direction,” she told the hosts. “I wouldn’t do that [set them up in conflict with each other]. I don’t think we’ll go with another direction."



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