Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may no longer be together but that doesn’t mean she has excluded him from her life completely. On the contrary, the reality star still makes it an effort to invite her estranged husband to their family events.
The SKIMS founder and the Donda artist may finally settle their divorce once and for all after Kim first filed for it in February last year. However, she’s far from cutting ties with the father of her children: North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 4. A source told E! News that she still wants to involve him in their family events, including birthdays of their kids.
The source exclusively told the outlet, “Kanye will always be their dad and it won’t change. All the kids are very bonded to Kanye and adore him despite what’s going on. Kim is doing a great job of not letting that change their relationship.”
Just recently, the former couple celebrated their eldest son, Saint’s, birthday on December 5. TMZ reported that the rapper stayed at the reality star’s house for several hours as they spent the special occasion together.
E! News’ source confirmed, “He will always be a part of their lives and she will help facilitate that. She absolutely wants to include him in important events in the kids’ lives and makes every effort.”
Kim, 41, and Kanye, 45, tied the knot in a loving wedding ceremony in 2014. They have finally settled their divorce last November 19. Based on the court documents obtained by E! News, each of them get joint legal and physical custody of their four kids. He also agreed to pay $200,000 a month in child support and pay half of their children’s medical, educational, and security expenses. Both of them didn’t ask for spousal support. As for their assets, they’ll follow their prenuptial agreement.
Although they agreed on co-parenting, the children will be spending more time with their mom. As Kanye mentioned during the Mind Full podcast in September, “Even to this day, I’ll still give Kim advice on things that can help, because that’s gonna go to the kids. She’s still got to, basically, 80 percent of the time, raise those children.”