The 39-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star had an uncomfortable reunion with Kanye, with her pictured in tears as they held crisis talks in the car park of Wendy’s in Cody.
With speculation surrounding their future as a couple, especially with Kanye claiming on Twitter last week that he had been “trying to divorce” her for the past two years, Kim was pictured looking solemn as she walked from the private jet that brought her home to California.
Dressed in a white sweatsuit, Kim walked down the aircraft’s steps alone before being whisked off by a vehicle that was waiting for her on the tarmac.
It has been a stressful couple of days for the reality star who met up with Kanye for their first face-to-face talks since he ranted about her on Twitter.
The 43-year-old rapper followed up a chaotic first presidential campaign rally by accusing Kim of ‘cheating’ on him with Meek Mill when they met in a hotel to discuss prison reform.
He also took aim at Kim posing for Playboy and being known for her sex tape, before branding her mum Kris Jenner a “white supremacist.”
Kanye has stayed at his ranch in Cody, Wyoming as this is a place he feels ‘calmed and peaceful’ as he decides his next move.
Despite the chaotic nature of his US presidential bid, he has petitioned to be included on the ballot paper in New Jersey and Missouri but more pressing will be how he feels about the future of his marriage.
Kim has reportedly contacted a divorce lawyer before heading out to see Kanye and was pictured looking tearful during her tense meeting with him as they had crisis talks.
Kanye had apologised for his Twitter outburst but Kim has reportedly told him to not come back to Los Angeles “until he’s ready” and hope that he will get the help he needs during what she has described as a bipolar episode.
Kim took to Instagram to release a statement in which she praised Kanye before asking for compassion towards him.
She wrote: “As many of you know, Kanye has bipolar. Those that understand mental illness or even compulsive behaviour know that the family is powerless unless the member is a minor.
“People who are unaware or far removed from this experience can be judgemental and not understand that the individual themselves have to engage in the process of getting help no matter how hard family and friends try.”
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