Kanye West Reveals Photo of North West

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The debate over how Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will release the first photo of daughter North has ended.

West, 35, revealed the first photo of the 3-month-old on Kris Jenner's talk show, "Kris."

"It's all this talk about baby pictures and, 'Can you get paid for the baby picture?' 'Do you want to put it on a magazine?'" West said. "To stop all the noise, I thought it would be really cool on her grandmother's season finale to bring a picture of North."

After showing the family photo, Jenner asked West who he thought the baby resembled most.

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"I pray she looks like her mother when she's older!" he quipped.

"I think she has Kim's eyes," Jenner noted. "I think she has your lips. Some days she has your lips and some days she has Kim's lips."

Throughout the interview, West gushed about his love for Kardashian, 32, and her whole family. (The new parents are currently living in Jenner's home.)

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"I was in love with her before I even got to even talk to her," he said. "Of course being in the limelight you have to have a match or like, someone that's equally yoked and it's difficult. ... And when I would be on the phone with her, even at my lowest moment, she'd give me energy and remind me of who I was, and I needed that support at all times."

West also said that his new family has given him a new lease on life.

"After I lost my mother, there were times I felt like, I would put my life at risk. I felt like sometimes I didn't have something to live for," the rapper said. "Now I have two really special people to live for, a whole family to live for. A whole world to live for."

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