Kim Kardashian and ex-husband Kanye West keep their distance as they co-parent at son Saint’s soccer game


Kim Kardashian and ex, Kanye West had an awkward run-in at their son Saint’s soccer game outside of Los Angeles on Sunday, May 7.

In photos obtained by TMZ, the pair interacted with their adorable kids – Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and son Psalm as the Kardashians star kept her distance from the rapper throughout much of the match.

Missing from the scene was daughter North, 9.

Sources at the game said the united family wanted nothing to do with Kanye. US Sun reports.

‘Kim’s kids were all over her and sitting on her lap hugging her and giving her kisses, while ignoring Kanye.’

A witness for the outlet said they only made a brief talk and discussing Saint’s performance throughout the game.

‘Kanye had a bodyguard point out where the game was,’ the source said.

‘When he walked over, Kim did not look up or ever acknowledge him.

‘When the game was over, Kim and Kanye went their separate ways without saying goodbye,’ the source confirmed.

Kardashian previously discussed the difficulty of co-parenting with West during an appearance on the Angie Martinez IRL podcast in December.

‘It’s hard. Shit like co-parenting, it’s really fucking hard,’ she shared while wiping tears from her eyes.

Kardashian also said that she had prevented her kids from knowing the extent of West’s recent erratic behavior.

‘I definitely protected him and I still will in the eyes of my kids, for my kids,’ she said during the interview.

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