Kim Kardashian is having the time of her life vacationing in Japan with her husband, Kanye, and children, North and Saint West.
Like the rest of her sisters, the Keeping up with the Kardashians star, is on a family getaway in Japan with her little ones. The 38 year old model shared pictures of her gang having fun at the TeamLab Borderless Digital Art Museum in Tokyo as they posed alongside the exhibits.
Kim posted pictures on Instagram as she stood next to Kanye in a beautiful pink, striped dress. The 42 year old rapper wore a similar colored jacket – complimenting his better half. Needless to say, the two looked amazing. She wrote, “Night at the museum in Japan @teamlab_borderless”.
The model also shared a family photograph as the four of them stood between large, bright pink balloons. She wrote, “More pics from Japan”.
From all the vacation pictures, there were none of the youngest members of the brood, Chicago and Psalm West. Looks like the two were back home.
Psalm is the latest addition in the family and is only 2 months old. The KKW Beauty CEO announced the arrival of the baby boy in May, saying, “He’s here and he’s perfect”.
According to several reports the beauty mogul loves being a mother and absolutely adores her gang of 4. As per a source, “Kim absolutely loves being a mom and feels like her family is complete now, with two boys and two girls making it even. She feels like she spaced each child out just enough where it isn’t too overwhelming for her.”
As Kim documented her trip on Instagram, Kanye didn’t lag behind either. He posted a picture of North and Kim, amid large balloons. The rapper captioned, “My favorite, my best, my love, my everything. JP Tokyo”. Cute.
Kanye later posted another photograph from the trip as the four posed in front of a red wall. He wrote, “Summer Vacay JP”.
Kim Kardashian isn’t the only one who was enjoying a summer getaway. Kylie recently went to Italy to celebrate her 22nd birthday on a lavish yacht, off the Island of Capri. Kourtney and Kendall were also seen vacationing in Costa Rica and Mykonos Island respectively.