KOURTNEY Kardashian was spotted heading home with her husband Travis Barker after giving birth.
Kourtney, 44, gave birth to her son Rocky last week after suffering late complications.
On Tuesday, Kardashian, 47, and Travis were spotted heading out of Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
The new parents looked exhausted and stoic as they climbed into a large black SUV in photos from TMZ.
Blink-182’s drummer was at the controls while the Hulu personality rode shotgun.
Her son was not visible because of the tinted windows, so it is unclear whether he was in the back seat.
Kourtney and Travis have not officially announced the birth of their baby.
Before Rocky, the Kardashians star had three children with her ex-husband Scott Disick: Mason, 13; Penelope, 11; and Reign, eight.
Travis also has two children from his previous marriage to Shanna Moakler: Landon, 20, and Alabama, 17.
Kourtney happily cuddled her baby after surviving her high-risk pregnancy.
A source close to the television star reported Us weekly that the famous couple are “both thrilled”.
They continued, “You have a beautiful baby boy.”
Another insider spoke with People about how Kourtney was “overjoyed by the arrival of her son.”
“Her pregnancy took a stressful turn towards the end.”
The source said: “She’s happy to just cuddle her little boy now.”
“She feels so blessed.”
Kourtney’s pregnancy took a stressful turn when she headed to the emergency room for fetal surgery in early September.
In an emotional black and white snap, she showed off her hand with a tube protruding from the skin as she held Travis’ hand.
In the caption, Kourtney said, “I will forever be grateful to my incredible doctors for saving our baby’s life.”
“I am forever grateful to my husband, who rushed to my side after the tour to accompany me in the hospital and then look after me, my rock in the world. And I thank my mother for holding my hand through it all.”
She continued: “As someone who has had three very easy pregnancies in the past, I was unprepared for the fear of undergoing urgent fetal surgery.”
“I don’t think anyone who hasn’t been through a similar situation can even begin to understand that feeling of fear.”
She concluded: “I have a whole new understanding and respect for the mothers who had to fight for their babies during pregnancy.”
“God be praised. Leaving the hospital with my little boy in my stomach and safe was the greatest blessing.”