Kim Kardashian shared several family photos as she continues grappling with problems in her marriage to Kanye West.
In her first photos since Kanye’s wild presidential rally last week, Kim posted two snaps which appeared to have been taken at Khloe Kardashian’s birthday last month, including one of herself with her daughter North, seven, and son Saint, four.
Kim, 39, captioned the slideshow with a simple red heart emoji, making no mention of her marital issues.
In the first snap of the series, Kim crouched low to the floor as her daughter and son posed on either side of her.
Kim also shared a solo shot, which showed her sitting on the floor in her bandanna-print trousers and plunging red top.
Casting a fierce gaze towards the camera, Kim looked every inch the model as she posed upon the floor striking a cover-worthy pose.
The two photos mark the first time Kim has posted any photos to her Instagram timeline since Kanye’s presidential rally in South Carolina last week, where he revealed he and his wife considered aborting daughter North.
Kanye is aware he has upset his wife and regrets doing so, a source told People.
‘He definitely understands that he upset Kim,’ a source said. ‘He feels very bad about it. It’s obvious that he still loves Kim.’
Though Kanye is now in a better state of mind, he does feel guilty for his actions.
A source told the site Kanye ‘seems much more relaxed and chilled out for the past couple of days,’ though has ‘regrets’ about making private family matters public last week.
This past week has indeed been a turbulent one for the Kardashian family.
After his presidential rally last weekend, the rapper took to Twitter to accuse his wife of attempting to ‘lock me up’.
He also claimed he had been ‘trying to get divorced’ from Kim ever since she allegedly met his fellow rapper Meek Mill at the Waldorf Hotel.
‘Kim was trying to fly to Wyoming with a doctor to lock me up like on the movie Get Out,’ he tweeted.
He reinforced these claims turning on both Kim and her ‘momager’ Kris Jenner claiming on Twitter that ‘they tried to fly in with two doctors to 51/50 me’, referring to a section of California law under which people can be confined for mental health reasons.
He also called mother-in-law Kris ‘Kris Jong-Un’ and accused the pair of ‘white supremacy’ in another freewheeling series of tweets.
Kim, who shares North, seven, Saint, four, Chicago, two, and Psalm, 14 months with Kanye, broke her silence over the matter as she addressed his battle with bipolar disorder on Instagram.
Kim called her husband ‘brilliant but complicated’, and said she and her family were ‘powerless’ in helping him.
Kanye ultimately issued a grovelling apology to Kim on Twitter last week, where he acknowledged he had hurt her.
‘I would like to apologize to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter,’ Kanye tweeted on Saturday. I did not cover her like she has covered me.
‘Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. Thank you for always being there for me.’