Kim Kardashian has thrown her support behind her husband, Kanye West, amid renewed rumours of major issues in their marriage.
In the early half of the year, speculation was rife that the couple were living separate lives and barely speaking.
While appearances nosedived for the couple in July when Kanye announced his intention to run for president in the November 2020 US elections.
While campaigning, Kanye declared he had been trying to divorce Kim for years, made shock claims about planning to terminate Kim’s first pregnancy, and made disparaging comments about his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner.
While the duo went on to put on a united front in subsequent weeks by posting photos of themselves together, all the images Kim shared of her Christmas celebrations had a Kanye-shaped hole in them.
After Kim shared a number of images from Christmas celebrations at her sister Kourntney’s home, many observed that Kanye was missing from all the snaps.
One fan tweeted back at her posts, writing: “damn, no kanye? dats krazy.”
While another quipped: “No Kanye? A picture is worth a thousand words…”
On Christmas Eve, the Kardashians made much fanfare of the fact that they were gathering together for a stripped down family celebration.
While Kim turned heads by rocking a kinky corset and skirt combo, some fans noticed that Kanye was nowhere to be seen during celebrations.
However, on Christmas Day, Kim supported Kanye by highlighting his new EP, Emmanuel, from his group project Sunday Service choir.
Sharing a screen grab of the EP album cover on her Instagram Stories, Kim wrote: “New Sunday Service Choir Music: Emmanuel” alongside a trip of white dove emojis.
She went on to spotlight a song called “Gloria” from the EP.
Kim and Kanye tied-the-knot back in 2014 and together they have four children; daughters North and Chicago, and sons Saint and Psalm.
In July, a sobbing Kanye claimed he convinced Kim not to abort their first daughter, North West, during a public meltdown while on his election campaign trail.
And in August he posted a string of tweets about the family he married into, comparing matriarch Kris Jenner to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.