Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wed on May 24, 2014.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West wed on May 24, 2014. Credit: Instagram / Kim Kardashian

The network that airs the various Kardashian reality shows Tuesday released the first official images of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian as newlyweds, following their splashy wedding Saturday in Florence, Italy.

E! Online posted five images of Kardashian, 33, and West, 36: two from the wedding, one at Kardashian's bridal fitting and two from the reception's photo booth, from which some images, though not these, had already been released.

In the first wedding photo, the bride and groom kiss before a wall of flowers and foliage, moments after Rev. Rich Wilkerson Jr. pronounced them man and wife, said E!

In the other, Kardashian and West beam happily at guests as the two walk up the aisle, with the bride's mother and stepfather, Kris and Bruce Jenner, visible in the background holding the newlyweds' 11-month-old-daughter, North.

An image shot earlier shows Kardashian wearing her Riccardo Tisci custom gown at her final dress fitting at the Givenchy atelier in Paris, with the designer himself partly visible at the edge of the frame.

Two black-and-white pictures were shot in the photo booth inside Tuscany's Forte di Belvedere, the 16th-century fortress at which the reception and outdoor wedding took place.

In one, with West in his tuxedo and Kardashian in a Balmain minidress, the two kiss, eyes closed.

In the other, they look over their shoulders at the camera as they display the backs of two Schott NYC motorcycle jackets they wear -- his reading "Just" and hers, "Married." Each jacket bears a Native American thunderbird symbol that Complex magazine said was designed by artist Wes Lang.

Meanwhile, reported Tuesday that Kardashian's 18-year-old half-sister, Kendall Jenner, recently bought a two-bedroom condo in the Westwood section of Los Angeles for $1.4 million down and a $910,000 mortgage.

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