Kim Kardashian 'wants to do everything she can to save her marriage,' says source

  • A source close to Kim Kardashian says, though she's torn over leaving Kanye West, she sees divorce as "a last resort".
  • The reality star flew out to Wyoming last week where she was photographed in tears as she tried to reason with the rapper.
  • Now, a source says the couple are trying to work things through. "She is willing to keep trying for their kids," they said.

Since returning home from Wyoming where she met with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian has reportedly been "torn" over divorcing the rapper.

In case you missed it, the reality star has been trying to get Kanye to get medical attention amid his bid to run for president. In recent weeks he's held an emotional rally divulging personal details about the couple – including that they thought about aborting their first child, North – and gone on social media to slam the Kardashian-Jenner family.

In one tweet he accused Kim of trying to lock him up. "Everybody knows the movie Get Out is about me," he wrote.

Now, a source tells People that although Kim has thought about divorce, she sees it as "a last resort".

"She is not there yet," the insider said.

"After Kim left Cody, she and Kanye have been talking more. She feels like she did reach him on some levels during that trip. Before the trip, she was ready to end her marriage. But Kanye has been listening to her concerns. He has made some promises to her."

The source added: "Kanye suggested that they take a family trip together and Kim agreed. She wants to do everything she can to save her marriage."

Kanye still hasn't agreed to get help though, the source said, and the entire family is still pushing him to do so.

"Kim is just taking things day by day right now. She isn't sure if their marriage can be saved, but she is willing to keep trying for their kids."   

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