Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly getting divorced, ending their seven-year marriage.
TMZ reported that Kim is asking for joint legal and physical custody of the couple's four children, and Kanye is supposedly fine with the arrangement.
The alleged split comes amid months-long speculation — sometimes fueled by Kanye himself — that their romance was on the rocks.
"They are keeping it low-key but they are done," a source told The New York Post's Page Six last month. "Kim has hired Laura Wasser and they are in settlement talks."
TMZ said there's a prenup and neither party is contesting it. Further, Kim and Kanye are currently reaching a property settlement agreement.
The writing has been on the wall for some time. Last July, Kanye shockingly tweeted that he had been "trying to get divorced" for a while. He quickly took the tweet down. He also referred to his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, as "Kris Jong-Un" — a clear reference to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. That tweet was also deleted.
In December, People magazine reported Kim and Kanye "very much live separate lives," with her spending the bulk of her time in Los Angeles, and him spending most of his time at his ranch in Wyoming.
Around the same time, Entertainment Tonight said the duo had hit a rough patch. The mother of four is "exhausted from continually trying" to keep their marriage afloat, but "keeps their [wedding] vows in mind when making any pertinent decisions," ET's source said. Kanye, the source added, "is working on his psychological health and mental state" and was "still in contact" with Kim's family and "everyone wants the best" for them and their children. At the time, the source close to the family said Kim feels he "needs to work on himself before he can work on the well-being of anyone else."
The divorce speculation was only fueled by claims that Kim is no longer wearing her wedding ring.
"Kim got Kanye to go up there [Wyoming] so they could live separate lives and quietly get things sorted out to separate and divorce. She's done," Page Six's source said.
The source added, "This divorce is happening because Kim has grown up a lot. She is serious about taking the bar exam and becoming a lawyer, she is serious about her prison reform campaign. Meanwhile Kanye is talking about running for president and saying other crazy s–t, and she's just had enough of it."
A friend of Kanye's implied that the rapper isn't saddened over the romance ending, saying he is "completely over the entire family … He wants nothing to do with them."
One point of contention in their divorce is likely to be the family home in Calabasas, California.
"Kim is trying to get Kanye to turn over the Calabasas house to her, because that's where the kids are based and growing up. That is their home," Page Six's source said. "She owns all the land and adjoining lots around the house but Kanye owns the actual house. They've both put a lot of money into renovating it."
The source added of the advanced settlement talks, "This isn't the first time they've been talking about a split, but this time it is way, way more serious."
Kim and Kanye married in 2014. This will be Kim's third divorce. They share four children: daughter North, 7, son Saint, 5, daughter Chicago, who turns 3 next week, and son Psalm, 19 months.