Kim Kardashian Says She's 'Not OK' After Son Saint West Breaks His Arm

Kardashian took to Instagram to share that her son, Saint, broke his arm in a few places.

Kim Kardashian West says she's "not ok" after revealing her and Kanye West's baby boy Saint broke his arm. On Thursday, Kim took to her Instagram Story to share the news, detailing that the 5-year-old broke his arm in several places.

"Who do you think cried more today? My baby boy broke his arm in a few places today. I'm not ok," Kim wrote over a photo of Saint in a wheelchair with his right arm wrapped up.

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"Poor baby," she wrote over another photo of Saint's arm. It's unclear how Saint sustained his injuries.

Instagram/Kim Kardashian

Kim's baby boy has been through it! Earlier this year, Kim revealed that Saint tested positive for COVID-19. During a May episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim shared that Saint had tested positive after she and her children had been exposed to the virus.

"Sainty just tested positive for COVID," Kim said on the phone to an unnamed voice in the episode. "And North is saying she's feeling sick."

"I'm trying not to freak anyone out, but I'm just really worried," the mother of four admitted to the cameras.

Kim recently brought the whole family to Kanye's Donda listening parties. At his Atlanta show in July, Kim and their four children, North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3 and Psalm, 2, sat in the audience to support and cheer on dad and his new album. The SKIMS founder even matched Kanye's look in a red jumpsuit with matching crimson boots. Kim later attended Kanye's other listening events, dressing the kids outfits to match Kanye's and even re-creating her wedding to her estranged husband.

The events come after a tough year for the former couple, who filed for divorce in February after seven years of marriage. 

However, a source told ET that Kim and Kanye "are on great terms."

"Although they are going through a divorce, they still spend time together alone, or with their kids," the source said, adding that "they make it a priority to meet up."