Kim Kardashian has shared a sweet tribute to her brother Rob on his 34th birthday.
In a post shared to Twitter on Wednesday, the 40-year-old lavished praise on Rob, who has shunned the limelight in recent years.
Explaining that her bond with her brother was now closer than ever, Kim admitted that she wanted the world to know what an incredible person he is.
She wrote: ‘Happy Birthday Robbie! ? We’ve made so many amazing memories this last year that will fill my heart for a lifetime.
‘I am so tempted to screenshot just some of our group family chat to give people a glimpse of the crazy funny insane person you are!! I LOVE YOU @robkardashian.’
Alongside the message, Kim shared a picture of her dancing and having a great time with her sibling, from what appeared to be her 40th birthday in Tahiti back in October.
Rob, who shares four-year-old daughter Dream with ex Blac Chyna, was a regular Keeping Up With The Kardashians castmember until he decided to leave the show in 2017.
Meanwhile, Kim praised her ‘priceless’ family following a challenging year that saw her engulfed in divorce drama with her estranged husband, Kanye West.
In a new interview with Good Morning Vogue, the businesswoman said: ‘I think that this year has been so challenging for so many people, but I also think that this year was a huge cleanse and just a huge opportunity for people to really be grateful for the simple things, and that is a huge awakening that I think so many people had.
‘Just even the amount of time that I know me and all my parent friends have spent with our children has been beautiful that we get this time.’
Asked what lockdown has allowed her to revaluate, the law student said: ‘I always try to look at things in a positive way, even though it’s been such a challenging year.
‘I think it’s been a time to regenerate, get creative, spend so much time with family, and just this time that I’ve been able to spend with my children has been priceless, and that part has been so beautiful, just knowing that when we do start to fill our plates back up I hope that we don’t fill them up with things that don’t make us happy.’
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