Kim Kardashian vows ‘until the end’ in six-year wedding anniversary tribute to Kanye West despite ‘marriage troubles’ – The Sun

KIM Kardashian vows "until the end" on her six-year wedding anniversary.

The loving tribute to her husband, Kanye West, follows rumors of "marriage troubles" while quarantining during the coronavirus crisis."

Yesterday, Kim posted a casual picture of her embracing her husband.

In another shot, she planted a kiss on his cheek.

She captioned the post: "6 years down; forever to go…Until the end."

The couple married at Fort di Belvedere in Florence, Italy on May 24, 2014.

They have four children together, North, six, Saint, four, Chicago, two, and Psalm, one.

Sources close to the couple recently told The Sun the pandemic is straining and Kanye's marriage.

They say: "Kim and Kanye are arguing and at each other's throats during this pandemic.

"Kim is getting stir crazy, as she's used to being on the go. It's also a lot of time alone with the kids for her.

"She is frustrated with Kanye and thinks he's not pulling his weight in family responsibilities. They've been staying at opposite ends of the house to keep things civil."

The 39-year-old has been finding it frustrating that Kanye doesn’t ask how he can help with their four children.

He reportedly “whisked the kids away” to his $28m ranch in Wyoming to give Kim “a break.”

A source recently told US Weekly: “Kim feels like she needs some space from Kanye.

“She is trying to be a great mom, focus on law school and her work commitments and it’s hard to do all of this without Kanye helping as much as he can."

The source added her 42-year-old husband is “super-controlling,” and she is feeling suffocated.

Kim previously told Vogue about quarantining that the family theater room is getting the most use.

She said: "The whole family has spent the last few nights in there after the kids made it into a fort, with, like, different beds all over the floor.

"My daughter [North] is the fort police. If you move out of your bed that she designated for you, it's a problem."

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