The entire Kardashian-West family posed for a photo on Saturday morning
All in the family!
In the snap, the reality star, 38, looks glam in an olive tank top as she pouts her lips for the camera. Saint is curled up next to his mother’s arm, as North pokes her face up from below, showing off what appears to be a missing tooth. Meanwhile, Chicago rests on her dad’s chest as West, 41, rocks a light lilac sweatshirt with two necklaces.
“Morning,” Kardashian West captioned the adorable shot.
Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Parents newsletter.
The photo shows the proud parents enjoying time as a family of five before the couple welcomes their fourth child via surrogate later this year.
Kardashian West’s post also comes after a new Keeping Up with the Kardashians trailer showed her and West facing a potential “breaking point” in their marriage because of West’s desire to move back to his hometown, Chicago.
West, who was raised in Chicago, has previously suggested that he’d like to move back to the city, but in the trailer, it seems like his wife was never onboard.
However, a source told PEOPLE on Wednesday that the rapper now “seems happy in L.A.”
The source added: “Kim was never going to move to Chicago and hoped that Kanye would change his mind quickly, like he usually does when he gets spontaneous ideas.”
Last week, the couple and their three kids spent a day launching a series of pop-up Yeezy lemonade stands across the country, selling pairs of the coveted shoes for charity.
Kardashian West explained on Twitter that her rapper husband and Adidas partnered with Families Across America, a charity that helps to “make home a safe place for children to learn and grow,” according to its website.
Together, they helped create eight different stands throughout the Midwest, all run by different families, which sold limited pairs of the Yeezy Boost 700 V2 “Geode.”
The kicks went for $300 each — and all of the profits were donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Kardashian West said on Twitter.
The stars’ famous family members also got in on the fun, as Kardashian West shared a photo of their very own stand that featured North, Chicago and Saint, along with niece Penelope Disick, 6, and sister Khloé Kardashian.
North and Penelope, who each wore tie-dye T-shirts, were also photographed carrying boxes of Yeezys.
“Proud to be a witness,” Khloé, 34, wrote on Instagram at the time.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness was likely a cause near and dear to West’s heart, as the “Famous” rapper has long been open about his mental health.