Kim Kardashian Tried Her Best To Save Her Marriage With Kanye West, Says Chrissy Teigen

Kim Kardashian's friend Chrissy Teigen recently stated that the reality-TV star did her best to save her relationship with Kanye West

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Kim Kardashian Tried Her Best To Save Her Marriage With Kanye West, Says Chrissy Teigen
After years of being together, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West filed for divorce. They have four kids together, however, they could not save their marriage. After months of speculations and more, Kim finally filed for divorce and legally parted ways from Kanye. Now, her good friend Chrissy Teigen has revealed that the Keeping Up With The Kardashian's star did her best to save her marriage, but nothing worked in their favour.

In an interview with Watch What Happens Live, Chrissy stated that Kim is doing okay after the divorce. She also said, "I will say I have definitely been in touch with Kim more than John has been in touch with Kanye. If anyone knows Kanye, it's that he is, he goes off the grid. It's hard to ever contact Kanye." She further stated that Kim gave her all, and it is shame that it did not work out. "I know Kim gave her all for everything, and it's honestly a shame that it didn't work out because I saw them being a forever relationship, I really did," said Chrissy, whilst also adding, "I know she tried her best."

In the same interview, Chrissy also spoke about actor-turned-royal, Meghan Markle. She stated that former SUITS actress reached out to her after she suffered a miscarriage. Chrissy called Meghan Markle 'kind' and 'wonderful'. "She had written me about baby Jack and loss. But yeah, she is really wonderful and so kind and just as kind as everyone says she is," said Chrissy.  (Also Read: Chrissy Teigen REVEALS The Strangest Place Where She And Hubby John Legend Have Had Sex; Find Out)




Image Source: Instagram/kimkardashian/chrissyteigen
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