Kanye West appeared to be in a nostalgic mood as he tweeted a throwback photo of his daughter North, following a short break from his Twitter account this week. 

The All Of The Lights rapper is said to be in the Caribbean with wife Kim Kardashian and their four children, to spend some healing quality family time together after Kanye’s string of public outbursts last month. 

In his latest tweet, the musician shared a picture of North, seven, in a magazine which was taken at his Yeezy Paris Fashion Week show in February. The youngster is seen mid-run with her hair in long braids. 

Kanye simply accompanied the tweet with a red heart emoji. 

Kim, 39, has continued posting on her social media accounts during their sunny getaway, to promote her Skims and KKW Beauty lines. 

However, the couple have made no reference to their holiday. 

On Monday, Kanye was seen boarding a plane in Cody, Wyoming with his son Saint, four, greeting him in the doorway. 

It’s been a challenging few weeks for Kanye and Kim. 

The couple’s six-year marriage has been put under strain since Kanye, 43, announced he would be running for US president in July. 

He then hosted his first presidential campaign rally in South Carolina where he broke down in tears and recalled how he and Kim considered aborting North when the reality star fell pregnant in 2012. 

Days later, Kanye then sent a series of worrying tweets including one that said he had been trying to divorce Kim for two years, while also referring to her mother, Kris Jenner, as ‘Kris Jong-un’. 

Despite his revelations about their personal life, Kim stood by the Grammy-winning rapper and shared a statement addressing his bipolar disorder. 

It seemed there was hope for the couple when Kanye publicly apologised to his wife and said: ‘I would like to apologise to my wife Kim for going public with something that was a private matter. 

‘I did not cover her like she has covered me. To Kim I want to say I know I hurt you. Please forgive me. 

‘Thank you for always being there for me.’ 

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