Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West are in marriage counselling

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Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West are in marriage counselling.

The couple – who share North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, two, and Psalm, 19 months, together – are reportedly “trying to work through things” with their relationship after a rocky few months.

A source told E! News of their counselling sessions: “Divorce has been discussed, but Kim wants more than anything for their relationship to work. There wasn’t anything specific that happened that led them to this point … They are 100 percent aligned when it comes to the kids.”

However, another insider insists the couple are just dealing with “regular relationship issues”.

They added to NBC News of the couple’s struggles: “It’s just regular relationship issues. There is no one else involved. Divorce talks have been on and off with them since the spring.”

Kim and Kanye – who married in 2014 – have been through tough times as of late as she supported him with his mental health as well as his failed presidential bid last year.

However, family has always been incredibly important to the rapper and he previously said that part of his goal in running for President of the United States is to bring a “culture of family” to the country as “family is the key to the world” for him.

He explained: “It’s like, family is just the key to the world, period – from our immediate family to our friends and family, our co-workers and family, our city and family, our state and family, our country and family, our world … the culture of humanity needs to be family. A culture of family. But the design of our cities, the design of our schools, there’s a lot of things designed to not promote family; they’re designed to create separation … At the beginning, middle and the end of the day, I’m a dad. And there’s so many fathers that, you know, they have jobs where their whole point in life is to take care of their family. When you’re supposed to provide only one service – like, ‘We need your new album!’ – to be able to just go and provide for your kids but be able to set a tone of morality, a tone of spirituality.”

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