Kim Kardashian accused of ‘favouritism’ after she casts vote in the name of Saint…and forgets about her other children

Oh mother: Kim Kardashian with her famous family: Instagram/ Kim Kardashian
Oh mother: Kim Kardashian with her famous family: Instagram/ Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has been blasted on social media by fans accusing her of “favouritism” towards her son Saint.

The reality star posted a black and white picture of the two-year-old, hailing him the reason she decided to vote in the US midterm elections.

She captioned the post: “I voted today for my baby right here and his future!!!”

But fans were quick to hit out at the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star for not acknowledging her daughters North, five, and nine-month-old Chicago.

One user wrote: “What about the others damn?”

Another commented: “Yeah you kind of opened up a can of worms there with that one. Also, someone above made a great point it’s our daughters that are most affected in this regime.”

A third added: “Why only for his future? What does that mean? Why not for all her kids? Super confused lol. Can someone enlighten me?”

Another posted: “But what about your two other babies...”

The snap comes after Kardashian told of sibling rivalry between her children.

The TV star, who is married to Kanye West, revealed North often tries to stop brother Saint and baby sister Chicago from entering her room.

Speaking to Ashley Graham on her podcast, she said: “North acts like an only child at all times. I think she’s a little confused. She’s beyond jealousy now. She’s just like, ‘It’s my world.’”

The TV personality added: “She has a sign on her door that says ‘No boys allowed.’ She won’t even let Saint [set] foot in her room.

“If he does or if he’s with me and I have to take care of both of them it’s like full war. It’s so funny, and he’s just the nicest human being on the planet.”

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