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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West no longer go to couples therapy

It looks like rumors of and Kanye West divorcing have turned out to be true: According to Western media reports, the future ex-spouses have stopped going to couples therapy and have hired divorce attorneys.

“Kim and Kanye tried to mend their relationship with couples therapy, but it only got worse. Their relationship went bad for good and became toxic,” the insider shared. — They had no choice but to separate. Kim and Kanye were hoping to work things out, but they fought nonstop and decided to separate in order not to hurt their children.

Rumors that the couple is on the verge of divorce have been circulating for months, and with the coming of 2021, they have resounded with renewed force. Indirect evidence of the rumors’ credibility is the fact that Kanye celebrated Christmas and New Year’s apart from his family for the first time in years, at his ranch in Wyoming. According to an insider, West hoped that Kim would later move to the ranch with her children, but the TV star cannot imagine her life outside of Los Angeles.

The last straw in Kim and Kanye’s strained relationship was his controversial performance during the election race (West wanted to run for President of the United States). Recall that during a speech to voters, the rapper admitted that Kim almost had an abortion when she was pregnant with her first child. Kanye then wrote a series of tweets stating that his wife was trying to lock him in a room with doctors to talk some sense into him and that he had long been trying to divorce Kim.

Recall that Kim Kardashian, 40, and Kanye West, 43, have been married since 2014. The couple has four children: seven-year-old North, five-year-old Saint, three-year-old Chicago, and one-year-old Psalm. In his speech, the rapper admitted that he didn’t want Kim to keep the baby himself at first, but he later changed his mind, and they had a daughter, North, in 2013.



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