Updated 02:12 AM EDT, Fri, Apr 25, 2014

North West Baby Pictures: Kim Kardashian Sports No Makeup in Santa Barbara With Kanye and Daughter

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Since becoming a father, Kanye West has taken extensive measures to shield his four-month-old daughter from the spotlight, making sure that her face is always covered by a blanket whenever she is in public. As a result, we have never seen candid pictures of baby North West's face, until now. 

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For the first time ever, little Nori was photographed in public on Thursday. The adorable olive-skinned baby was spotted with her parents Kanye and Kim Kardashian in Santa Barbara, reports the Daily Mail. The family of three looked comfortable and relaxed as they were dining out for lunch while paps snapped a number of pictures from afar.

In a few photos, Kardashian is cradling the newborn while wearing workout gear, without an ounce of makeup on as the couple sits at an outdoor table. In other pictures, West is seen pushing the stroller as they all enjoyed a holiday out of Los Angeles together.

Not only is this the only time Nori has been seen in public not covered with a blanket, but this is also the first time Kim's been seen cuddling her bundle of joy, reports TMZ.

Kardashian planted kisses on the 20-week-old tot's cheeks while holding her close to her chest.

Back in August, West shared the first photo of Nori when he appeared on Kris Jenner's talk show. During his guest appearance on the show, the "Jesus Walks" rapper said that his first instinct is to protect his daughter.

"The thing I think about as a dad is just protection," he admitted. "My only goal is to protect my daughter. That's my instinct."

The second photo of the baby was posted to Kim's Instagram on Oct. 4 and shows the tiny tot swaddled in a blanket while lying on a fur rug.

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