Celebrity power couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, have the opportunity to earn millions from the first photographs of their new baby. Reports have surfaced that various magazines have offered up to $3.4 million (US $2.5 million) for the first official photographs of the new addition to the Kardashian-Jenner clan.

According to TMZ, offers have been pouring in, for the exclusive publication of baby Saint West’s photos. However, the deal includes shots with the rest of the family, including Saint’s celebrity parents and 2-year-old sister North.

Interest in the first images of Saint has been proven, after photos of his first outing have gone viral. He was spotted during a visit to the doctor, just 12 days after his birth on Dec. 5. The entire family headed to the hospital for Saint’s check up, but the baby was carefully concealed in his car seat. Despite the prying paparazzi lenses, no image of the baby’s face was seen.

So far. the closest thing to a complete family photo that has been made public, is an Instagram post shared by Kim. She used a series of Kimojis (Kim’s personalized emojis) to show herself, her husband, and their two children in an animated photo.

Despite the lucrative offers, the report states that the couple will likely reject all the offers. TMZ speculates that the family will debut Saint’s photos in one of their own media platforms such as aunt Khloe’s upcoming new show titled “Kocktails With Khloe.” Older sister North’s photos, were debuted in a similar fashion, on grandma Kris Jenner’s now defunct talkshow, “Kris.”

If the talkshow option doesn't pan out, the Kardashians and the Jenners have also been keen on controlling their own media output. Kourtney Kardashian shared the first photos of her son, Reign on her personal Instagram site. Kim and the rest of the girls also have their own websites and mobile apps which offer subscribers a lot of very personal content. Being the social media maven that she is, Kim may opt to share the first photos herself, in one of the many platforms available to her.

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