Kim is reportedly more eager to support her husband in the 2024 election and worries about his political dreams in the months to come.
Meanwhile, Kanye is said to be convinced that becoming the 46th President of the United States of America is his divine right – after weeks of chaotic behavior and amid reports that he has suffered from bipolar episodes.
According to The Sun, Kim would have “offered to fully support a presidential bid in 2024 if he got help and listened to the political consultants they hired.”
However, the source who shared the news continued, “Kanye seems determined on what he calls ‘God’s plan’ for him to become president. He says it is a higher calling.
The source also hinted that tensions between Kim and Kanye over his electoral dreams could lead to divorce before the end of the year.
They asserted: “no one would be surprised or blamed [Kim], if she quietly “ended the marriage before Christmas”.
On Friday, Kanye shared a “mood board” relating to his presidential candidacy that included a picture of Jesus and the name “WEST” on a map of America.
While reports have also suggested that the couple are on crisis vacation in the Dominican Republic together.
Page Six claims the couple and their four children, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm, are on vacation in the Caribbean country.
Noting that the trip could be a “breakthrough” vacation for the star couple, a source told People magazine: “They decided to travel together so they could be in private… [the] the focus is on their marriage.
Last month, Kanye made shocking statements that he had been trying to divorce his wife for two years.
He also surprisingly claimed at a campaign rally that he and his six-year-old wife were considering aborting their eldest son when the reality TV star got pregnant.
The leak of very personal details by the star would have caused a rift between the pair.
Although Kim was also praised for addressing Kanye’s mental state, as she referred to his bipolar diagnosis and criticized “the stigma and misconceptions about his mental health.”