Kim Kardashian 'happier' and feeling 'like herself' again after divorcing Kanye West

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  • "It's a new era for Kim [Kardashian]" sources say the reality star seems "a lot happier" following her split from Kanye West.
  • Kim Kardashian filed for divorce in February; Kanye West recently requested joint physical and legal custody of the couple's four children.
  • The beauty mogul was spotted out having a good time in Miami over the weekend. "[She] felt like herself again," the insider says.

Sources tell E! News, Kim Kardashian "feels free and is a lot happier" after filing for divorce from Kanye West. "It's a new era for Kim. She has been loving going out with friends, meeting new people and really being out and about again."

The reality star was recently spotted out in Miami with other celeb guests at the opening of the Goodtime Hotel. "She loved being out in Miami and felt like herself again. Kim has also expressed if the right person came along, she'd be interested in dating again," the insider shared. "She doesn't want anything serious anytime soon but she's been liking connecting with people."

The latest court proceedings saw Kanye West file for joint physical and legal custody of the couple's four children: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm. Their split has been an "amicable" one, the rapper confirmed in response to the filing.

"Kim and Kanye are getting along," a source tells People. "They have both stayed true to their commitment to make the best situation for the kids."

After momager Kris Jenner shared advice with Kim, telling her to always make sure "the kids come first", the source adds: "Kim is very happy that they have managed to keep things calm. She thinks Kanye is a good dad. She wants him to be able to spend as much time with the kids as he wants."

The insider also notes: "For every week that goes by since she filed for divorce, Kim seems happier. She knows that filing for divorce was the right decision. The kids are doing as good as she could hope." 

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