Kim Kardashian Just Made Her Split From Kanye West Official

It seems like forever ago since rumors that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were having trouble, and were ultimately headed for a split, started circulating online. But after weeks — months? years? — of speculation, TMZ is reporting that conjecturers can finally rest. Because the reality star has made her separation from the rapper as official as it gets. That’s right — Kardashian has filed for divorce from West after almost seven years of marriage.

This will be the third divorce for the mom of four, but the longest marriage, with The Sun noting Kardashian said “I do,” and then, just 72 days later, “I don’t” to basketball player Kris Humphries, and that she was wed to music producer Damon Thomas for four years. Meanwhile, West has only been married to Kardashian.

Although it’s sad this marriage — which produced four kids — is ending, TMZ says the divorce is thus far as amicable as can be.

Details we know about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's divorce

The world’s most famous couple, er, ex-couple, is reportedly asking for joint legal and physical custody of North, age 7, Saint, age 5, Chicago, age 3, and Psalm, age 1 (via Elle). They also have a prenuptial agreement, which both parties are said to be satisfied with. Since West is officially a billionaire and Kardashian is worth $750 million, we’d say that’s a good thing (via Forbes and Forbes).

Meanwhile, we may never know exactly why the famous pair’s marriage is over, but a source told Us Weekly, “They have both been living separate lives for many months now.” And in fact, the source admitted to feeling surprised it took this long for the relationship to officially dissolve. Another source told People about Kardashian and West, “They are just not on the same page when it comes to their future as a family. And Kim is okay with it.”

At time of writing, Kardashian’s Instagram still referred to her as Kim Kardashian West. She had not addressed the divorce with her 206 million followers.

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