Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Just Reunited in San Francisco Amid Their Divorce
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Looks like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are totally committed to putting their kids first in their high profile divorce. The former couple reportedly spent the weekend together in San Francisco and brought their four children (North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm) to the Asian Art Museum.
A source tells Us Weekly: “They came as a normal family that was there to have fun. Apparently someone from Kanye's team reached out to the museum asking for a "discreet, private opportunity to come before it opened to the public," though they thought it would just be Kanye, "it turned out it was the whole family".
Us Weekly reports that Kim and Kanye viewed the immersive teamLab (a digital art collective based in Tokyo), with the source saying, “It was a treat for the little ones and everyone enjoyed the entire experience. They were incredibly kind and very grateful. They had a great time with the kids and everyone looked very happy and in a good mood. The children ran around and laughed. "
For your information, Kanye suggested Kim in San Francisco, and the source notes, "It's nice to see them revisit the city that is special to them and now take their children with them."
Kim didn't post any photos from the trip on her Instagram, but stay tuned!
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