'I'm so lucky', gushes Kim Kardashian as she and Kanye West share loving messages to mark their fourth wedding anniversary
While everything seems hunky-dory now, earlier in the year, things had gotten pretty unstable in their relationship with various reports claiming how their marriage was over
It's been four years since Kanye West and Kim Kardashian said their 'I dos' and even after all these years, the love between the two has just gotten stronger. On this special occasion, the pair took to their social media to share some sweet and loving messages for each other.
Kim Kardashian took to her Instagram to show a never before seen picture of the pair that was taken on the day of their wedding. “4 years down and forever to go…” she captioned the post. “Thank you, babe, for giving me our family and caring so much about us. Thank you for inspiring me on a daily, I’m so lucky. I can’t wait for forever… Happy Anniversary.”
Meanwhile, Kanye also took to his Twitter to share how much he cared about the mother of three. “Gratitude and happiness best describe what my wife means to me. I’m deeply grateful and purely happy," he tweeted. At the same time, he shared a video of Kim dressed as singer Selena for Halloween and said:
🔥🔥🔥 This is one of my favorite moments. pic.twitter.com/LLhZlU7fAG— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 25, 2018
Kim also decided to give a little surprise to Kanye by going blonde once again. In case you are wondering why it is because blonde happens to be the color Kanye loves to see his wife Kim in. "Went blonde again for my anniversary," she tweeted on Thursday (May 24) and added, "It's @kanyewest's favorite."
Meanwhile, in another video that Kim posted on her Instagram she wrote, "Hi, I'm back blonde, Kanye's favorite is blonde, so I did it for our anniversary." Kim has often gone with blonde and surprised her fans. "I've been talking about going blonde again for a long time, and I'm so happy I did! A lot of people initially thought I was wearing a wig, but it's my real hair," she wrote to her fans on her website.
The couple got married in 2014 in France and everything about their wedding was a fairytale coming to life. About 200 guests were treated to a private tour of the opulent French palace and singer Lana Del Ray gave a special performance for their wedding. Even after four years, the couple shows how love just becomes stronger over the years.
The reality star had started dating the rapper in April 2012, six months after she split from NBA player Kris Humphries. Her divorce with Humphries came through only in 2013 and a fortnight later West and her first baby North was born. The couple then tied the knot in May 25, 2014.
Their second child - son Saint - was born on December 5, 2015 and then this year, the couple welcomed their second baby girl on January 16, 2018.
While everything seems hunky-dory now, earlier in the year, things had gotten pretty unstable in their relationship with various reports claiming how their marriage was as good as over. They have been through a lot of controversies in these four years.
Kanye's tweets mostly doing all the damage. Earlier this year, the 40-year-old rapper called himself the 'future president', bragged about his 'dragon energy' and announced that because he 'can't be managed' he fired his management team. Kim had to jump in to do damage control and she said in a tweet to her fans it was unfair to label her husband 'mentally ill' because he has always been 'expressive.'
At the time Radar Online reported that Kim, with the help of her momager, Kris Jenner, is staging an intervention for her rapper husband. "The Kardashians are really trying to convince Kanye to go and get some help," an insider told the site. "He is like a loose cannon right now, and no one knows what to do next. The entire family is literally glued to their cell phones." The source further reported that Kim has "put her life on hold to babysit her husband."
Kanye's tweets still continue to shake up things once in a while but the couple seem to be forging ahead amidst all breakup rumors. They seem to have each other's back all the time and will continue to bat for each other.