Kim Kardashian and Kanye West repeatedly have faced rumors that they are getting closer to divorce. As the Inquisitr reported, a recent story making the rounds claimed that allegedly “manic” Kanye had mood swings, pushing Kim to the point of vowing to raise their third baby solo and to file for what is anticipated to be a $1 billion divorce. But as Kardashian prepares her children, North and Saint, to start listening for Santa Claus’ reindeer delivering presents to good little kids, she reportedly also is preparing West with an ultimatum. The list describes changes that Kanye reportedly needs to make in order to Keep Up With the Kardashians (KUWTK) clan and avoid divorce.
Kim Kardashian’s New Year’s Resolutions For Kanye West
Amid decorating the tree with tinsel and baking sugar cookies, Kim is creating a scheme for how to hold her allegedly crumbling marriage together. An insider told Hollywood Life that despite the soaring divorce rumors, Kardashian wants to stay with West by making some changes as the new baby enters their KUWTK household.
Kim is aware that her family can be somewhat overwhelming at times. Kris Jenner is known as a powerhouse matriarch, pushing everyone in every direction, from getting more publicity to creating more product ideas. Khloe Kardashian is known for her sarcastic wit, while Kourtney Kardashian always has her own opinion to share.
Add in Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and it’s not surprising that Kim reportedly is admitting that her family can be intense for Kanye. But despite that, Kardashian wants West to spend more time with her family in 2018. The source revealed that Kim gave Kanye an ultimatum to put in the hours with the KUWTK clan or risk a split.
“[Kim Kardashian] knows [her family] can be intense… But if he wants to really make her happy, he’ll put in more time next year.”
Kardashian has been generous up to now with West when it comes to letting him avoid spending time with her sisters, according to the insider. But reportedly after coming close to divorce, Kim feels it’s time to set new rules for family time.