AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian apparently wants to keep things amicable with Kanye West. Nearly eight months after their divorce filing, the former "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star and the "Donda" artist are reportedly "in a good place" as they spend "more time together."
"Kanye and Kim have been communicating better than they have in months….He's been seeing the kids a lot more, too," a source close to the 40-year-old reality star told HollywoodLife.com. "Because of this, they're spending more time together. They're finally in a good place."
The so-called inside source went on saying that Kris Jenner also played a role in Kim and Kanye's relationship following their divorce. "Kris really helped Kanye and Kim get to a place where they're communicating more. Kim doesn't love the fact that she's so involved in this way, but she knows she's good at it," the insider added.
"Kris is always helping her girls with the fathers of their children. Kanye was upset with Kris right when he and Kim first split, but they're in a better place now, too," the informant shared. "Kanye knows Kris is to thank for getting to this better place with Kim."
The report came after Kim scored a major win in their divorce as she was awarded the $60 million estate in Hidden Hills, California. It's reported that the former couple negotiated a buyout price for the property, which they bought for $20 million in 2014. They fully remodeled the house, the design and construction of which was spearheaded by Kanye, in 2019.
Kim and Kanye lived in the estate for several years of their marriage. The SKIMS founder has continued to stay in the mansion with her four children, North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2, since she filed for divorce in February.
Of their relationship, a source previously claimed that Kim and Kanye "are not back together." The insider added, "He is still her family, and they are friends. They've been working on their friendship for the kids, and continue to support each other. He'll always be her family, and they'll always support each other."