'He's delicious': Khloé Kardashian's baby boy mirrors Uncle Rob! - Kris Jenner

    Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson's son, Tatum, is revealed to look like Uncle Rob Kardashian, as per family's reaction in The Kardashians' finale.

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    In the season finale of 'The Kardashians', the much-anticipated face of Khloé Kardashian's baby boy, Tatum, graced the screen for the first time. According to People, the charming toddler is already winning hearts within his star-studded family, especially due to his uncanny resemblance to Uncle Rob Kardashian.

    Family Time with the Kardashians

    Khloé, co-founder of Good American, and her sister Kim Kardashian were caught in a tender family moment alongside their mother, Kris Jenner, as Tristan Thompson, the proud father, returned from a stroll with little Tatum. "Hi chunk!", exclaimed Kim, welcoming the duo back home.

    With an air of unmistakable maternal pride, Kris chimed in, "There's our guy." The matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan went on to express her belief in destiny, hinting at Thompson's recent move into her home after his house suffered construction damage. Kris Jenner further shares, "Everything is meant to be. Everything happens for a reason."

    Tatum, The New Kardashian Charm

    While Khloé turned to share a moment with Kim, the latter couldn't resist commenting on the youngest Kardashian's cute antics. "He's in the sticking the tongue out phase. He's a good spitter, Kim," Khloé amusingly noted.

    Kris Jenner, marveling at the infant, couldn't help but draw a parallel between Tatum and her son Rob Kardashian at birth, leaving everyone in awe. "That looks like the exact same baby as Robert when he was born," Kris observed.

    The loving grandmother continued to express her joy over the new addition to their family, labeling Tatum as a blessing and a result of God's plan. "God has a plan and this baby was meant to be here. And Khloé gets to be Mommy again, so that's really, really special, and I'm really excited about that," she expressed.

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