Kim Kardashian shares sweet black and white throwback with her four kids after sobbing over Kanye West divorce

KIM Kardashian shared a sweet throwback with her four kids after crying over her failed marriage with Kanye West.

The KUWTK star, 40, looked incredible as she posed with North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two, in a black and white photo.

Kim cradled a then-newborn Psalm in one arm, while her other kids sat around her in the cute shot.

The SKIMS founder simply captioned it: "Baby love."

While Kim has been putting a brave face on social media, she's been struggling behind the scenes.

The reality star broke down in tears over the end of the marriage in the latest KUWTK episode.


Kim was seen sobbing on the bed next to sister Kylie Jenner, as she said: “I can’t do this anymore. I can’t. How am I still in this place where I’m stuck for years?

"He moves to a different state every year… And I have to be in a place where I’m together for the kids.

"I think he deserves someone that can support his every move and go to Wyoming to be with him and follow him everywhere."

She added: "He deserves a wife who travels with him and is there for everything. I feel like a f**king failure."


"Yeah I feel like a f**king loser it’s the end of a 13-year-marriage. But I can’t even think about that. I want to be happy."

Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February after almost seven years of marriage and months of speculation that their relationship had broken down.

Kanye struggled with his bipolar disorder last summer, which saw him go on rants on Twitter and at his presidential rallies. 

Sources claimed to People that despite being “very upset about and really [not wanting] to file,” Kim is now “doing great.”

The insider added: “She has come a long way since she filed for divorce, though. She's very happy and convinced that she made the right decision.”

The exes have been working through custody agreements.

Kanye – who is based at his ranch in Wyoming – has filed for joint legal and physical custody of their kids.

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