Kim Kardashian shares a perfect family photo from her and Kanye West's USD 14 million ranch

Updated on Sep 19, 2019 09:42 AM IST  |  2.8M
   
Kanye West recently purchased a $14 million ranch in Wyoming.
Kanye West recently purchased a $14 million ranch in Wyoming.
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Kanye West recently purchased a staggering $14 million ranch in Wyoming. Known as the Monster Lake Ranch, the rapper purchased 4,500 acres of land, from the 9,000 acres! Kanye has been spending time on the ranch, working on his upcoming album, which is rumoured to be out this month. In a recent interview for Vogue Arabia, Kim revealed to West that she imagine their family living in the Wyoming ranch in the next 10 years. "In my mind, I’m already living in those 10 years. I see us living on a ranch in Wyoming, occasionally going to Palm Springs and our home in Los Angeles — and becoming a lawyer," Kardashian shared.

Now, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and their children -  6-year-old daughter North West, 3-year-old son Saint West and 19-month-old daughter Chicago West, sans 4-month-old son Psalm West, joined Kanye in their Wyoming ranch. The 38-year-old reality star took to Instagram to share a special family photo, which is nothing short of picture-perfect! With all of them cuddled up wearing winter gear with warm hoodies and sweatshirts, it's North who steals the show! While the rest of the West-Kardashian members pose for the camera lens, North chooses to take in the picturesque scenery instead.

Check out the photo below:

Kim simply wrote, "Wyoming Nights."

We adore this family and how!

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Last week, a source revealed to People that Kim sees their Wyoming ranch as more of a vacation home as it's very quiet and private. "Every time they go, they enjoy it. But they are usually comfortable in luxury housing. The ranch only has simple housing. It’s mostly cabins with no amenities at all. Kim just isn’t a fan of the cabins," the source added.

  

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