Kim shared a heartwarming snap holding her daughter Chicago, now three, and niece Stormi, almost three, when they were just babies.
Kim ditched her usual full face of glam for the candid snap, however her hair was still flawless despite the lowkey look.
“OMG found this pic in my phone and our babies are so tiny and cute and chunky and perfect,” she wrote alongside the sweet picture.
Stormi’s mum Kylie Jenner rushed to the comments section, writing: “So tiny,” alongside a heart emoji.
The SKIMS CEO – who shares kids North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and one-year-old Psalm with Grammy Award-winning rapper Kanye – has yet to comment on the news, sparking even more speculation in the meantime.
It comes as Kim reportedly threw in the towel on marriage counselling.
She is thought to have wanted to try and find some common ground with her husband but they are reportedly “not on the same page.”
The alleged breakdown in counselling has seen Kanye reportedly contact divorce lawyers of his own, as their marriage breakdown looks to be on the cards.
They have been married since May 2014, when they tied the knot in Florence, Italy, but People has now reported that they have “completely” stopped trying to save their marriage.
A source told the publication that the 43-year-old rapper is “talking to divorce lawyers this week.”
Meanwhile Kim is reported to have hired help from celeb divorce lawyer Laura Wasser, according to PageSix.
She continues to live in their $60 million Calabasas mansion while Kanye is living in his $14 million Wyoming ranch, where he has “no plans” to return to Los Angeles to be with Kim and the kids.
The couple have been living “separate lives” for some months now, after Kanye went on a Twitter rant about Kim and her mother, Kris Jenner, in the build-up to the US Presidential elections.
Kim has been a big supporter of her husband of six years while he deals with his mental health issues, which include bipolar disorder, but is said to have new plans for a future alone.
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