News of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West heading their separate ways has totally left their fans shocked. While Kim made their separation news official, now netizens tried to understand how their kids, especially their eldest daughter North West would react to it. As per Hollywoodlife.com source, the duo’s daughter will be fine with their separation. As per reports the TV reality star has already spoken to her daughter about their divorce after the couple filed paperwork, it also further stated that North West being aware of what’s happening.
Reports also shared that the couple has been residing separately for the last one year, unlike married couples who stay together. Hollywoodlife.com’s source shared, “Kim and Kanye been living like this for so long. The last year has been exactly like this where they’ve been living separate lives both physically and emotionally, so whether there has been paperwork or not, they have not been living in a conventional marital situation.” Kim and Kanye’s separation will not affect their kids, confirmed the source.
Also Kim and Kanye’s separation will not change anything for the kids, also with the help of lawyers things can be easily managed, informed the said portal’s source.
The source added, “This won’t be a change for the children at all. It conceivably could be a little easier because now the lawyers can handle anything.” ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian Misses Her Late Father On His Birthday; Drops A Family Photo Writing ‘I Celebrate You Every Single Day But Today Even More’
Though their relationship has already hit the rock bottom, they are trying to co-parent their kids. “Their relationship has been very strained anyway, but they want to try to do their very best of co-parenting,” added the source. ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian Files For Divorce From Kanye West After 6 Years Of Marriage – Reports
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