Kanye West fills Kim Kardashian's room with roses for Mother's Day

Kanye West Fills Kim Kardashian's Room with Roses for Mother's Day
Kanye West Fills Kim Kardashian's Room with Roses for Mother's Day


This Mother's Day, Kanye West is proving Kim Kardashian is the "only one" he wants to raise babies with.

Although Kim had to spend the weekend in Brazil for work and couldn't celebrate with her husband and their daughter, North West, Kanye didn't let the opportunity pass.

He sent dozens of vases filled with white roses to cover her entire hotel suite. Of course, the Queen of Social Media couldn't let the sweet gesture pass without a photo op, so Kim spread the word on Instagram.

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"I got to my room in Brazil and my amazing thoughtful husband had the sweetest note with a couple thousand roses covering my entire suite for Mothers Day!" she captioned a photo of the roses.

Kim added, "I'm so sad I'm so far away on this day but happy we celebrated yesterday! I love you baby & North soooo much!!!"

Not only that, but when the reality star later hit up a São Paulo eatery, Kanye had a string quartet playing Sam Smith's music in her honor.

Kim tweeted, "Every single waiter who brought food said, 'This is from Mr. West for the best mother in the world.' Seriously I have the best husband ever!"

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Kanye really knows how to celebrate Mother's Day in style. Last year, he gifted his then-fiancee with a three-dimensional wall of roses, hydrangeas and peonies.

That said, he could have at least put North's name on the card this year, considering two-year-olds aren't exactly famous for their gift-giving skills. Sharing is caring, dad!

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