While Kim Kardashian reportedly filed for divorce from Kanye West in February, the Grammy Award-winning rapper seems to have moved on. Earlier this month, he was spotted on a French getaway for his 44th birthday with Russian supermodel Irina Shayk, instantly sparking relationship rumors.
On Thursday (June 17), Kardashian shed more light on what went wrong with Kanye to end their seven-year union during a Keeping Up With the Kardashians roundtable reunion, putting a bow on their 20 seasons of reality television.
“I honestly don’t think I would even say it here on TV, but it was not like, one specific thing that happened on either part,” Kardashian said. “I think it was just a general difference of opinions on a few things that led to this decision and in no way would I want someone to think I didn’t give it my all or I didn’t try.”
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Even though she didn’t specify exactly what led to their split, Kim Kardashian praised her relationship with Kanye when it came to co-parenting their four kids.
“We have an amazing co-parenting relationship, and I respect him so much and I think we’ll have — I will forever be Kanye’s biggest fan,” she raved. “He’s the father of my kids. Kanye will always be family.”
In the final episode of KUWTK, she hinted that her loneliness was killing her with Kanye living mostly at his Wyoming ranch.
“I never thought I was lonely,” a teary-eyed Kardashian said. “I thought it was totally fine to just have my kids, that my husband could just move from state to state, and I’m just on this ride with him. I was okay with that, but after turning 40 this year, I was like, ‘No, I don’t want a husband who lives in a completely different state.'”
Kanye West was Kim Kardashians’s third marriage. She previously jumped the broom with former NBA player Kris Humphries in 2011 and Damon Thomas in 2000. KimYe tied the knot in May 2014 with a picturesque wedding in Florence, Italy.
Even though her relationship with Kanye is over, she’s open to dating once again and said she would even consider a non-celebrity.