/Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Share Rare PDA-Packed Photo: 'Long Live KimYe,' Sister Khloé Says

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Share Rare PDA-Packed Photo: 'Long Live KimYe,' Sister Khloé Says


Sparks continue to fly for this power couple.

Kim Kardashian West shared a rare intimate photo of her and husband Kanye West on Instagram Sunday, showing the couple embracing while sharing a kiss.

The KKW Beauty mogul captioned the image with a simple star-burst emoji, while sister Khloé Kardashian commented, “Long live KimYe,” referencing their famous couple name.

The duo had a rather busy weekend, starting with one of West’s Sunday Service performances in Detroit on Friday, where daughter North shared a sweet moment with her dad on stage. The eldest West child enthusiastically sang and danced along to the music, showing off her missing front tooth.

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North also joined her parents for the rapper’s first preview of his yet-to-be-released album “Jesus is King,” which had been postponed from its original release date this past Friday.

West also hosted a special show at Detroit’s Fox Theatre called Jesus Is King: A Kanye West Experience, where the father of four played the upcoming album for his fans, as well as a short excerpt from his upcoming Imax film Jesus Is Lord.

Phones were not allowed inside the venue, but Kardashian West provided brief updates throughout the night.

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“I can’t wait for you guys to see this @Imax film,” she wrote alongside a clip of the project, which she said will be released in October.

Kardashian West then shared that Jesus Is King is now scheduled to be released on Sunday.

“Kanye’s doing a listening session in Chicago tomorrow, then NYC Sunday. He’s dropping the album Sunday,” she wrote on her Instagram Story, adding that he’s making “just a few final tweaks to the mixes.”

She also seemed to share an updated tracklist for the release on Twitter, showing a list of handwritten song titles and captioning the post “Have faith.”

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