Kim Kardashian-West silences split claims in love letter on Kanye's birthday

International superstar Kim Kardashian-West posted the ultimate declaration of love for her rapper husband Kanye West.

Reports suggested that the legendary lovers were set to split up after sources claimed that tensions were rising in the West household during the lockdown period.

Kim, 39, and Kanye had been in lockdown at their Calabasas mansion with their children North, 6, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, 1.

However, the star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians appeared to slam divorce claims as she wished the Yeezus star a happy birthday in a social media post.

The mum-of-four referred to Kanye as her “king” as she gushed over him.

Kim shared a string of loved up snaps celebrating Kanye’s birthday

Kim shared a string of loved-up snaps of Hollywood’s hottest couple, both rocking matching black outfits with one showing them leaning in towards each other to share a romantic kiss.

Captioning her Instagram grid post, Kim said: “Happy birthday to my King.”

The trainee lawyer later took to her Instagram stories as she shared a touching message to Kanye, 43, revealing that life wouldn’t be the same without him.

The pair have been married for six years

Her post read: “Thank you for always being you and never letting the world change who you are!

“Life wouldn’t be the same without you.”

Kim and Kanye married six years ago in a fairytale wedding ceremony held in Italy, two years after they confirmed their love for one another after Kanye tried to win the heart of KKW for several years.

Kim and Kanye married in a fairytale wedding ceremony held in Italy

Both Kanye and Kim have recently lent their support to the Black Lives Matter protests across the United States following the death of George Floyd – an unarmed man who died at the hands of a Minneapolis cop.

Kim offered to foot the medical bills for injured protesters while Kanye was seen joining in with protests in his home state, Chicago.

He also confirmed that he donated £1.58 million to aid the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.


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