Kim Kardashian Continues The Family Love By Posting Picture With Kris Jenner
Kim Kardashian has made her long awaited return to social media and is focusing on one thing and one thing only – her family.
The mother of two was the victim of a traumatic armed robbery in October and since then, decided to take a much needed break from her career, public image and social media entirely. Of course, without Kim being on every social network every few minutes, people assumed her life was falling apart.
Reports came out that the 36-year-old was going through a divorce, having issues with her family and trying to move away from her husband, Kanye West, with her two children. However, these accusations could not be more false.
Kim Kardashian made her comeback to the public world with an intimate home video on her website,
She then posted her first photo on Instagram since she had taken her three month hiatus from social media. The photo showed her family – Kanye, North and Saint – in a candid photo, all dressed in white. It was a statement to her fans and followers that her family is doing fine, better than ever, and that she was going to be putting them first.
She then followed this photo with another photo of her family – this time of herself and her son, Saint. The mother of two appears bare faced, with absolutely no makeup and her hair long and straight. Her 1-year-old son Saint is playing with her mother's long, sleek hair as both look away from the camera.
She simply captioned the photo,
"my son ❤"
Following this, Kim took back to Snapchat to share the "first photo with her mother of 2017." In all of her posts sine returning to social media, Kim has made it clear that her main priority in 2017 is going to be her family. While in the past, Kim has been known to post paid advertisements for brands and companies, or show off her assets, she is changing it up immensely so far by showing off what truly matters to her now.
We're glad to see that Kim is putting the traumatic incident behind her and trying to regain her life again. It's also nice to see a softer side of the 36-year-old, without all of the "business" and "career," and a stripped down version that is super relatable.