Kim and Kanye Unite to Co-Parent at Daughter’s Basketball Game

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were spotted together at their daughter North’s basketball game on Saturday, putting on a united front as they continue to co-parent their four children.

Kim and Kanye Unite to Co-Parent

The former couple, who filed for divorce in February after seven years of marriage, appeared in good spirits as they cheered on their eldest child from the sidelines. Kardashian, 41, sported a casual white ensemble with a black coat, while West, 44, opted for a bright blue hoodie and black pants.

Despite their high-profile split, the reality star and rapper have clarified that their top priority is their children: North, 7; Saint, 5; Chicago, 3; and Psalm, 1.

“They are co-parenting successfully as they have been since Kanye moved out,” a source told People magazine. “There is a lot of respect between the two of them.”

Another insider added, “Kim has always been supportive of Kanye’s projects and everything he does, and it’s the same with him supporting her. They work well together.”

While the couple has had their share of public ups and downs, they have managed to keep their issues private for the sake of their children. However, in a statement released in February, Kardashian filed for divorce, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split.

Kim is focusing on the future and all the possibilities that come with it,” the source told People. “She is busy with work and taking care of her kids.”

Despite the split, Kardashian and West have continued co-parenting their children, with the rapper reportedly spending time with them at Kardashian’s Los Angeles home.

“Kanye is spending time with all the kids,” a source told People in March. “Kim trusts him and wants him to be around.”

As for West, he recently made headlines with his highly anticipated album “Donda,” which was released in August after several delays. The album, named after his late mother, features collaborations with several big-name artists, including Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, and The Weeknd.

While the rapper has been busy with his music career, he has also been vocal about his mental health struggles in recent years. In a tweet posted in July, West wrote, “I’m not okay,” sparking concern from fans and supporters.

Despite the challenges, both Kardashian and West are committed to co-parenting their children and supporting each other as they move forward with their careers and personal lives.