On Monday, the beauty mogul posted a series of throwback pictures of her and West during their relationship, to mark the rapper’s 43rd birthday.
‘Fun fact about this pic,’ Kardashian captioned a snap of her and West, both dressed in formal black attire in 2012.
‘I just found out I was pregnant with North and made Kanye fly to London for my Kardashian Kollection appearance because I was freaking out! He took me out to [Chinese restaurant] Hakkasan and then [ice-cream shop] Häagen-Dazs to make me feel better.’
The 39-year-old also took to Instagram to share a series of photos of her and West with the caption ‘Happy Birthday to my King’ and sweet pictures on her Instagram Stories of him and their oldest son, Saint.
Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner also paid tribute to her son-in-law with a series of photographs of the pair together over the years.
‘Happy Birthday #KanyeWest!! You are an amazing son, father, husband, uncle, brother and friend... thank you for being such a special and important part of our family... I love you very much,’ she captioned the photos.
The posts come amid reports that the couple's relationship might be on the rocks. The couple began dating in 2012 and tied the knot in 2014 in Italy.
On Thursday, West was seen in Chicago at a Black Lives Matter protest while his wife is believed to have stayed in California with their four children: North, 6; Saint, 4; Chicago, 2; and Psalm, 13 months.
E! reports the ‘Fade’ singer has set up a college fund to cover George Floyd’s daughter’s tuition feeds, should she choose to go into further education. Floyd died on May 25 after a police officer held him to the ground with his knee despite Floyd stating that he was unable to breathe.
He is also believed to have donated $2 million (£1.6m) to several charities and organisations in relation to Floyd’s death, as well as those of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, who both lost their lives at the hands of police officers and ex-police officers.
Kardashian has similarly donated to Black Lives Matter causes following Floyd’s death and announced that her businesses Skims and KKW Cosmetics would be donating to the NAACP legal defence fund, Black Lives Matter, National Urban League and Colour of Change.
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