Kim Kardashian Shares Adorable Throwback Images to Celebrate Kanye West’s Birthday

Kim Kardashian Shares Adorable Throwback Images to Celebrate Kanye West’s Birthday

Kim Kardashian has posted a cute picture of herself in the first trimester with her daughter North West, to celebrate her husband Kanye West’s birthday. On Monday, the beauty executive shared a series of throwback images of her and West during their relationship, to mark the rapper’s 43rd birthday. Fun fact about this pic,’ Kardashian accentuated a snap of her and West, both adorn in formal black attire in 2012.

Happy Birthday to my King’ the E! Reality star wrote in the caption of two photos showing Kim and Kanye grasp during a charming vacation. She also posted a kissing snap onto her Twitter account, where she thanked Kanye for continuing to be true to himself. Kim’s mom Kris Jenner was one of the first people to share special information for the rapper. Kris, 64, took to Twitter and Instagram and shared an album of family memories with Kanye and called him a ‘special’ and ‘important’ part of the family.

On Thursday, West was in Chicago at a Black Lives Matter protest while his wife accepted to remain in California with their four children: North, 6; Saint, 4; Chicago, 2; and Psalm, 13 months. The ‘Fade’ singer has put up a college fund to coat George Floyd’s daughter’s tuition feeds, should she accept to go into further education. Floyd expired on May 25 after a police officer held him to the ground with his knee despite Floyd affirm that he was weak to breathe.

He is also admitted to having donated $2 million (£1.6m) to a few donations and organizations in relation to Floyd’s death, as well as those of Breonna Taylor and affiliation Ahmaud Arbery, who both absent their lives at the hands of police officers and ex-police officers. Kardashian has likewise donated to Black Lives Matter as following Floyd’s incident and announced that her organization and also KKW Cosmetics would donate to the NAACP legal armament fund, Black Lives Matter, National Urban League and Color of Change.

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