KUWTK: Kim Kardashian Reportedly ‘Extremely Stressed’ Amid Her Marital Problems With Kanye West – Here’s Why!
According to one new insider report, Kim Kardashian is really struggling amid her marital troubles with Kanye West! Apparently, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is really ‘stressed’ because of it!
The source told ET that both the reality TV star and the rapper are trying their best to keep all of their issues away from the public eye, one of the main reasons being their kids!
They want to keep them away from the drama between their parents and so, it makes sense that they are doing whatever possible to keep the public away from the personal and rather delicate situation they are going through.
As you can imagine, it has not been easy at all and the insider explained that Kim, who was already really busy as it was, has been more stressed than ever because of the added issues.
‘Kim is extremely stressed out between taking care of their kids, studying to become a lawyer and figuring out her whole situation with Kanye in the best way possible for both their kids and for him and his mental state. She’s doing her best to hold it together, but it has been overwhelming,’ they shared with ET.
The divorce speculations started going around more than ever last month when another insider told the news outlet that Kanye and Kim have been living separate lives.
While she’s at home with their four kids, Kanye has been spending most of his time at his ranch.
They also mentioned that while Kim is more than ready to file for divorce, she is not rushing into it for the sake of both Kanye, who is dealing with bipolar disorder, as well as their young ones.
‘Kim has all her ducks in a row in regards to the kids and financials just in case she decides to file [for divorce]. Kim still loves and supports Ye and wants the best for him and their family. They’re still evaluating what that looks like, but Kim’s prepared for anything that might come her way. Kim’s worried that Kanye isn’t mentally stable enough to be the dad that their family needs.’