Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are apparently “living apart” just three weeks after they got engaged, according to a new report. Kimye are supposedly waiting for the construction on their Bel Air home to be done before they move in together, In Touch Weekly wrote Wednesday.
The reality TV star, 33, is still living at her mother Kris Jenner’s luxurious home in Calabasas, Calif., but there was reportedly too much drama in the Jenner home for West. He has resorted to residing in his bachelor pad instead of living in his future mother-in-law’s mansion. “There’s too much chaos at Kris’ house for Kanye,” a source told the magazine.
The source continued: “Kanye will come over to Kris’ for a few hours, but then go back to his place.” The insider also said that West is “working all of the time.”
But Kardashian’s rep told the Daily Mail the report is “absolutely false” and said, “In Touch consistently fabricates stories.” The rep continued: “Kanye has a few residences in different cities. Doesn't mean they don't live together. They have multiple residences and stay as a family in many residences.”
The Kardashian-West living apart rumor isn’t the only gossip buzzing around the internet. A source told Us Weekly on Wednesday that Kardashian already wants to have a second child just five months after she gave birth to her daughter North following a highly photographed pregnancy.
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"She'll try to get pregnant next summer, after the wedding," the source said, and added that the fashionista “wants her kids to be close in age” and that West “wants a huge family.”
The rapper proposed to the reality beauty on her 33rd birthday on Oct. 21 at San Francisco's AT&T Park. He got down on one knee to present her with an enormous Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring. After her split from second husband Kris Humphries, Kardashian mentioned if she were to wed again it would be a small, understated gathering, but with West as her groom it doesn’t look like that’s going to happen. When asked about his impending nuptials, he teased in a radio interview on Oct. 28 with Power 106 via Us Weekly that it would be quite the spectacle: "Two words," the “Black Skinhead” rapper said, “Fighter jets.”