Kim Kardashian West has hit back at "mom shammers" for accusing her of giving her two-year-old son Saint a dummy.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star pointed out in the caption of the Instagram snap of her with her young son and nine-month-old daughter Chicago that the tot was in fact sucking on a lollipop in the shape of a dummy - not a real one.
Alongside the photo of three of them in New York on Tuesday (16.10.18), the 37-year-old reality star wrote: "Missing my babies!!!!! P.S. mom shammers it's not a pacifier, he's eating candy! (sic)"
Many of Kim's loyal following jumped to defend the brunette beauty.
One commented: "She should be able to post the picture of her children and not have to panic and defend herself on how she wants to parent."
Meanwhile, Kim's husband Kanye West - with whom she also has five-year-old daughter North West - is currently in Uganda working on his new album 'Yandhi', and on Monday (15.10.18) he gifted the country's president a pair of Yeezys.
The 41-year-old rapper and Kim met with President Yoweri K. Museveni, during their trip to Africa to discuss "tourism and the arts" and before they ended their brief meeting, they signed a pair of white sneakers for the leader.
The President of Uganda tweeted: "I welcome American entertainment stars Kanye West and @KimKardashian to Uganda. I held fruitful discussions with the duo on how to promote Uganda's tourism and the arts.
"I thank Kanye for the gift of white sneakers. Enjoy your time in Uganda. It is the true Pearl of Africa (sic)"
The 'Gold Digger' hitmaker surprised fans when he posted an impromptu performance from Uganda on his Twitter account over the weekend.
The controversial rap star returned to the micro-blogging platform over the weekend and posted a lengthy video of himself rapping while wrapped in the Ugandan flag.
Kanye captioned the video "Spaceship call earth 3 Uganda Domes. (sic)"
In the video, the 'Famous' hitmaker quoted a line from the iconic rap group EPMD, saying: "Relax your mind / Let your conscious be free."
He continued: "No matter what they say / I'ma still be me / We're free / We're free."
The chart-topping star also delivered some freestyle verses and revealed he was going to "Africa" to hear "nature" whilst he was in the studio.
He said: "We have to go to what is known as Africa.
"I just need to go and find out what it's really called and grab the soil and cook five meals a day so the metabolism stays up and have my kids in the studio and have my mic in the open, so you can hear nature while we're recording."