It cannot be denied that Kim Kardashian, 38, is the most popular member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, which is the primary reason why she has been the favorite subject of some of Hollywood’s most malicious rumors. Recently, reports suggested that her marriage with Kanye West, 42, could be in danger as she is not interested to move to her husband’s newly purchased ranch in Wyoming.

Rumors claimed that Kardashian’s refusal to transfer to the Cowboy State could cause major marital problems in the future. An unnamed source told that the “Keeping Up With The Kardashian” star does not like wide open spaces and quickly misses the concrete jungle the moment she sets her foot in Wyoming.

“Kim puts on a brave face for the pictures, but she absolutely hates it out there in the wilderness,” the anonymous tipster, reportedly, shared. “She doesn’t want to spend any more time there than she absolutely has to – but the problem is that ironically Kanye has never felt more calm than when he’s out in the country, which is important to him given his mental health situation,” it added.

Aside from Kim, people living near the Kardashian-West’s ranch are, reportedly, not happy with the news. It is claimed that their celebrity status, including the controversies hounding their personal lives, could change their way of living.

Before buying a property in Wyoming, Kanye West, reportedly, considered moving back to Chicago, which is his home state. However, Kim had doubts about transferring and ditching Los Angeles for good as it might have a negative effect on their growing brood.

While Kim Kardashian has yet to comment on these claims, the mom of four previously shared that she and the entire Kardashian-West family love Wyoming, during an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in September.

She even described the recently bought ranch as “the prettiest place” she has ever seen and revealed that even her sisters – Kourtney, 36, Khloe, 31, Kylie, 22,  and Kendall, 23 – have dreamt of having their own ranch where they can spend their summers and get away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis.