Kanye West And Kim Kardashian Begin 'Couples Counselling’, Reports Claim

21 December 2016, 11:20 | Updated: 21 December 2016, 12:27

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Divorce rumours have been circulating since Ye’s breakdown.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have allegedly begun 'couples counselling' in the wake of West's recent hospitalisation

According to a recent report, the famous couple have decided to seek help following a 'heart-to-heart' over the weekend. 

Their relationship has been the subject of speculation since Kanye's recent mental breakdown, which saw him hospitalised for eight days in November. 

However, despite the divorce rumours, a source has spoken out claiming that the pair are "actually doing better."

"It was obviously a bit tough when everything [West’s psychotic breakdown] went down and it was confusing with the stuff going on. But they’re doing better now." says the insider.

"Kim is so in love with him and love can be blinding sometimes - she just adores him and the family loves him as well,"

"It’s a situation that she’s giving another shot, a second chance. She feels he’s been under a lot of pressure, so she feels like he deserves another shot."

"They had a heart-to-heart about it and Kim is still deeply in love with him."

Earlier in the month, rumours started circulating that Kim felt "trapped" in the relationship, and was even thinking about building a case for full custody of their children North and Saint.

However, close friend of the couple Jonathan Cheban recently shut down the speculations, with the new insider adding that the reality star wants to put her children first.

"Kim told me, "It’s not just about me, it’s about the kids". So she wants to make it work," says the source.

"The only issue right now is he needs more time to recover and get better so she wants to wait and see how it goes."

Neither Kim nor Kanye have commented on the rumours.

In related news, Kanye recently met up with President Elect Donald Trump to discuss "multicultural issues".

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