In February, the reality star filed for divorce from West, who she married in 2014 and has four children with, citing irreconcilable differences.
The pair were rumoured to be experiencing difficulties in their relationship last year when West made an unsuccessful bid to become president of the United States.
In the latest episode of the family’s reality TV show, which aired on Thursday, Kim, 40, opened up about the couple’s difficulties with Kanye living on a ranch in Wyoming while she remained in California.
She said: “Kanye’s been in Wyoming and he’s been posting a lot of things on social media.
“That is a little bit frustrating, but you just have to kind of separate yourself from what’s going on at home and what’s going on on the internet.”
Kim was seen speaking on the phone about the possibility of joining her husband in Wyoming.
She said: “I am happy to come tomorrow, I am happy to come next week, whenever he wants.
“I’m still happy to come there and be supportive and chill with him and hang out with him and I know he needs that.”
Sister Kourtney said “she can’t possibly navigate this on her own”, while her mother Kris Jenner said Kim was “struggling”.
Speaking on camera, Kim said: “It’s no secret that everyone sees things in the media about my life with Kanye but I’ve always been really respectful in not talking about issues that Kanye and I have.
“I mean, you guys clearly see them on Twitter so I’m still going to choose to not really talk about it here.”
Kim was referring to frequent Twitter threads that her husband would write - in one he referred to Kim’s mother, Kris, as “Kris Jong-Un”.
He also suggested he had been trying to divorce his wife in the now-deleted thread.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians began in 2007 and it was announced that the current season, the show’s 20th, will be the final one that the family film.
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