Kim Kardashian has an 'exit plan' to leave husband Kanye West as she 'holds out' officially filing for divorce

KIM Kardashian has an "exit plan" to leave her husband Kanye West.

The mother of four has been "holding out" from officially filing for divorce.  

Sources close to the Skims founder told Us Weekly that Kim "began talks" to file for divorce from her rapper husband as early as July of 2020.

Now, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is seeking the guidance of "her financial advisors to figure out an exit plan that would be best for her whole family," the source revealed.

Despite their prenup, Kim is allegedly hoping that the two can divide their shared belongings evenly.

The source added: "Kim has had all of her and Kanye’s financials and properties ready to be split, it’s a very fair deal for everyone.

"Kim has all of her assets and financials ready for when she decides to file officially. Friends thought she was going to file in September, but she’s holding out.

"That does not mean that everything behind the scenes is already done.”

In fact, Kim is seemingly over the whole situation as she spoke about "healing" in a cryptic post that she shared on her Instagram yesterday.

It went on: "You're learning, healing, growing and discovering yourself all at once. It's about to get magical for you."

Kim shared a second post that read: "You ever stopped and thought, 'Wow, I prayed for this. It's here. It's happening."

The mother of four captioned it, "All the time!!!" alongside a prayer hands emoji.

Kim has been leaning on her family following news that she might soon be filing for divorce from Kanye.

Another source told the outlet that the Kardashians have been a shoulder to cry on for Kim during this tough time.

The Sun, meanwhile, revealed Kim is "not in a rush” to officially file for divorce from Kanye because she’s already grown so “comfortable” living a separate life from him. 

The reality star has remained in Los Angeles with her four kids, as the rapper continues to live over a thousand miles away on his Wyoming ranch. 

Earlier this month, reports began to run rampant that Kim is in the process of divorcing Kanye, 43, but has yet to file the official papers.

A source close Kim exclusively told The Sun that she’s taking her time with the split because she has gotten used to living “separate lives.” 

The insider explained: “The lack of urgency with Kim officially filing for divorce comes from her becoming so comfortable living a completely separate life from Kanye, it’s already like they’ve been divorced since last year."

They added that Kim's mom, Kris Jenner, has been “pushing the issue so they can get the legal matters over with” and move forward but “Kim doesn’t appear to be in a rush.”

The couple – who married in 2014 – have four children together: North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and one-year-old Psalm.

Kim is determined to get "full custody" of their kids and "won't back down," source exclusively told The Sun earlier this month.

The insider said: “Neither of them want to seem like the loser in this divorce and they both will fight hard for their kids.

“Kim has made it clear she wants full custody so if Kanye tries to fight her on that, the custody battle will be brutal."

As their breakup continues to unravel publicly, the source added that Kim and momager Kris are “terrified” at being unable to control the situation. 

A source said: “They know they cannot control Kanye, especially when he struggles with his bipolar disorder.

“So there is no telling what he’s going to say publicly, last Summer was an indicator of that."

Kanye struggled with his bipolar disorder last summer, something that became clear during a presidential rally and the Twitter rants that followed.

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