Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Kardashian and West spend most time apart

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has reportedly admitted she spends more time without her beau rapper Kanye West than with him despite being pregnant with his child.

The reality star is pregnant with the rapper’s baby which is due in July.

Kim is currently engaged in a divorce court battle against her estranged spouse Kris Humphries.

The 32-year-old has confessed under oath that her relationship with Kanye is mainly long-distance. The information is said to have been revealed during her recent deposition on the matter.

The confession comes at a time when there is gross speculation Kim and Kanye are not getting along very well.

“Kim was forced to admit during her deposition that she has spent more time away from Kanye than with him,” a source told Radar Online. “She blamed their hectic schedules, but it was obvious that it pained her a great deal.”

Kanye, 35, has been working on his fashion empire in Europe and apparently wants to relocate to France but Kim is intent on sticking to American soil.

Apparently he is missing all of her prenatal medical appointments because of their clashing schedules.

“Kim and Kanye talk, text and Skype, but it’s not the same as having him physically with her,” the insider added.

Kim stayed in Los Angeles at the weekend where the 2013 MTV Movie Awards took place and Kanye was in Paris.

It remains to be known whether Kanye will support Kim when she faces her ex-partner Kris in court on Friday for a pretrial hearing before their main trial begins on May 6.

“Kanye is loving Paris and is having a great time there working on his album. He’d like to move there,” another source revealed.

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