Kim and Kanye celebrate first wedding anniversary

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KIM Kardashian West shared snaps of her and Kanye West at the reception to celebrate their first wedding anniversary yesterday.

The 34-year-old reality TV star and the 37-year-old rapper - who have 23-month-old daughter North together - took some very cute photos in a photo booth after they tied the knot, and Kim used their anniversary as a chance to show them off.

Along with five black and white photo of the couple, Kim wrote: "I love this man so much! Happy Anniversary baby!"

One photo, captioned "love" showed the superstar couple kissing, while another showed Kim seductively placing her tongue in between Kanye's lips with both their bodies pressed up against each other.

Kim's mother Kris Jenner also used social media to celebrate her daughter's anniversary, sharing an exclusive video of singer John Legend performing his hit single 'All Of Me' during the wedding reception, while the happy couple are seen having the first dance in the middle of the dance floor as the bride kisses and wraps her arms around her groom.

Kris captioned the video: "Happy First Anniversary @kimkardashian #KanyeWest and thank you for taking us all on your Magical Mystery Ride .... One of the best weeks of my life... and thank you @johnlegend for this amazing memory... #family #love #allofme #florenceitaly (sic)".

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