Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Is it Over? Almost Over? Kim K and Kanye West Said to Living Separate Lives: Report

*Welp! We can’t say we’re surprised to learn that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are living separate lives according to sources that Page Six is quoting.

As we reported, West and Kardashian hooked up for a brief reunion he couple briefly reunited in Wyoming earlier this week following his very public bipolar episode.

In photos of the two having what seemed to be a very intense conversation in a vehicle, Kardashian, 39, appeared to be weeping, after which she flew back to Los Angeles by herself.

Kim Kardashian, Kanye
Kim Kardashian & Kanye West

Here’s more via Page Six:

Although sources absolutely denied any divorce plans, Page Six is told they have been living separately for some time.

West, 43, now lives full time at his $14 million Wyoming ranch, which is best for his “creativity”, we’re told, while Kardashian is based in LA with their four kids and her family.

A source said: “Kanye’s in Wyoming, that’s his main base. But they’re not like other couples, obviously, they have multiple houses and private planes, so it’s not like they’re not able to see each other.

“Kim is completely focused on her family and protecting her kids right now, they’re so young.

“She’s doing well, she doesn’t want this to impact on the kids, so it’s business as normal with them. Her sisters have been helping out and the kids have been with their cousins. They don’t want the kids to feel that anything is wrong, but of course, they want their father.”

We told how West refused to see his wife, even ignoring her calls until she flew out to Wyoming, where he has been holed up at his $14 million ranch. We then revealed that Kardashian fears that her husband may have hit rock bottom after he raged that he had already asked her for a divorce.

The report goes on to say that People magazine reported that during their convo in Wyoming, Kim K begged Kanye to abandon his unlikely presidential campaign and “focus on his mental health,” instead.





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