Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Relationship Ups and Downs through the Years
Scroll through for a timeline of the acclaimed rapper and the socialite's romantic relationship:
In the spring of 2012, West and Kardashian decided to let the public know about their relationship, as reported by US Weekly. That April, West released a song that name-dropped Kardashian called "Cold."
Kardashian was pregnant with her first child in December 2012. At the time, the rapper celebrated the great news by referring to his wife as his "baby mama" on stage at his concert in Atlantic City.
Kardashian gave birth to daughter North West in June 2013.
West and Kardashian tied the knot on May 24, 2014, in Florence, Italy, in front of their family and friends.
Kim and Kanye couldn't contain their love on the red carpet at the GQ Men of the Year Awards, as reported by Pop Sugar.
West and Kardashian returned to the site of their engagement in San Francisco to watch the Giants play during the World Series.
The couple's wedding photos were declared the most-liked Instagram post of the entire year, with over 2.4 million likes.
According to US Weekly, Kardashian and West welcomed their second child, son Saint, in December 2015.
Kardashian and West turned to surrogacy to expand their family. In July 2017, their surrogate was three months pregnant.
Their daughter Chicago was born in January 2018. "We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care," Kardashian wrote on her app at the time.
The reality star gave birth to their fourth child, Psalm, on May 10, 2019. West and Kardashian used a surrogate for Psalm as well, as reported by The Sun.
The couple renewed their wedding vows. Kardashian told her husband: "You are my best friend. My biggest believer and my one true love."
Kardashian discussed how West has become "more strict as a dad" as their children get older during an interview in November 2019, according to US Weekly.
Kardashian praised her husband over his Yeezy brand's partnership with Gap.
West confirmed his 2020 presidential campaign. During his first rally in South Carolina, he shared personal details about his family.
West claimed that he nearly "killed" his daughter, North, via abortion. The following day, the rapper took to Twitter to share that his wife was flying to Wyoming with a doctor to lock him up after his erratic behavior at the political event.