Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were photographed enjoying a romantic date night in Philadelphia, without baby North.
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The engaged couple appeared happy and relaxed on Saturday while dining out at Serafina, an upscale Philadelphia eatery, hours after West's performance at the Wells Fargo Center. The rapper, 36, resumed his Yeezus tour more than two weeks after it was postpone due to problems with stage equipment relating to a truck accident.
"Yeezus Tour is back #TourLife," Kardashian wrote via Instagram whilst sharing a concert photo with her followers.
On Friday the proud parents of five-month-old North, whose nickname is Nori, were seen unloading belongings from an SUV into a private jet in Los Angeles. It is unclear whether the baby accompanied Kardashian, 33, and West on their trip.
On Friday reports claimed the Hollywood power couple is hoping to give North a sibling, after their Summer wedding. The pair reportedly wants baby boy.
"They have a lot of love to give and ideally they want Nori to have a younger brother," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
"One boy and one girl is ideal for them. Of course they really wouldn't care if they had another girl but how sweet would it be for North to have a brother," the source continued. "Kanye wants his daughter to grow up with a brother."
West is said to be adjusting well to fatherhood and in recent weeks fans got to see a glimpse of the rapper in daddy mode during a family getaway. The trio enjoyed a brief trip to Santa Barbara in recent days and the rapper was photographed pushing a stroller and doting over his daughter.
The "Blood On The Leaves" rapper is said to be eager for Kardashian to have a second baby but only after they wed in 2014.
"He's looking for the day where can read to them both, make them lunch, drive them to school and help with homework," the source said.
"He's going to be hands-on dad just like he is now," the source continued. "He really wants a boy next time then they'll be done with having kids. Two's a crowd."