Kim Kardashian West held her sister Khloe Kardashian's legs up while she gave birth.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was by her younger sibling's side when she delivered her baby girl in the early hours of Thursday morning at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, and Kim couldn't wait to gush about how "easy" she made it look.
Taking to her Twitter account yesterday, she said: "@khloekardashian I'm so happy for you! Your baby girl is so beautiful! You are so strong, you made that look so easy! I can't wait for our baby girls to grow up as best friends the way we are! I'm so happy I was able to return the favour of holding your leg while you pushed LOL (sic)"
And to show her sister how proud she was of her, the 37-year-old beauty sent her a lavish baby bundle worth $8,000 so that she had something nice to come home to.
According to TMZ, Kim who has four-year-old daughter North, two-year-old son Saint and two-month-daughter Chicago with her husband Kanye West sent Khloe a Noitte Fatata custom bassinet from baby boutique Petit Treso worth $5,000, a range of organic bath products costing $1,000 and blankets worth $1,500.
Khloe, 33, was due to give birth to her baby girl at the end of the month, but she went into early labour due to the stress of her boyfriend Tristan Thompson's alleged cheating.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he's good, but not great, following heart surgery.
The 70-year-old Terminator actor and former California governor on Thursday released a short video on Twitter updating his condition and thanking people for the support.
Schwarzenegger says he's feeling better, but he's "not great yet." He was seated at a chessboard, which he says he uses to freshen his mind and memory.
Schwarzenegger underwent a scheduled heart procedure on March 29. A pulmonic valve originally installed in 1997 for a congenital heart defect had to be replaced.
He was released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on April 6.
Rapper Meek Mill says he always thought 10 years of probation would bring him back to prison.
Mill spoke to news anchor Lester Holt from a Pennsylvania prison in a phone interview that aired last Thursday on NBC Nightly News.
The Philadelphia-born rapper, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, is fighting for release while appealing a two to four-year sentence for a probation violation.
A judge said his drug use, arrests and other issues while under supervision merited the jail time. Mill's lawyers accused her of a "personal vendetta."
Mill tells Holt when he's released, he sees himself "helping minorities that come from these situations like myself."
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin visited Mill in prison Tuesday. Afterwards, Kraft called for reform of the criminal justice system. Philadelphia's mayor visited Wednesday.