This week, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were spotted grabbing lunch in Malibu, California amid divorce.
The former couple was not accompanied by their kids as they dined at a local restaurant, following their divorce earlier this year. KimYe kept a very low profile. Several security guards surrounded them. The KKW Beauty founder seems to enter the passenger seat of a car in the photo. The rapper is on the opposite side.
A source told ET that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West “are on great terms.” The pair shares four children together.
“Although they are going through a divorce, the couple still spend time together alone, or with their kids. Kanye lives mostly out of L.A., but when he’s in town they make it a priority to meet up,” the source added.
“Kim has had the children lately since Kanye has been working on the album,” the source says, adding, “But co-parenting has been going well for the couple.”
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Are On Great Terms
They were last photographed together at the rapper’s second Donda listening event in Atlanta, Georgia. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star tied the knot six years before Kim filed for divorce in February.
Despite calling it quits, they still maintain a friendly relationship. During her appearance on the We Are Supported By podcast, Kim credited her estranged husband for helping her be more confident in herself.
Kim Opens Up About Her Relationship With Kanye
“I used to care about the likability,” she said, referring to how she was portrayed on her reality show. “I got to a point — and maybe being in a relationship with Kanye for a decade and someone that absolutely didn’t care about likability factor or what any of perception of him was as long as he was true to himself — that taught me so much in the best way, of, just being me and living in the moment.”
“As long as I’m myself and as long as I’m doing it the way that I want to do, like, you have one life and you’re living it for you,” she added. “That taught me to just, I think, be more confident in myself and truly not care as much of what other people thought.”