Kim Kardashian Returns to L.A. While Kanye West Stays in Wyoming: It's 'Where He Wants to Live'
They had been vacationing together as a family since Aug. 2 but separated once again on Sunday night, as Kardashian and three of their kids (Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and 15-month-old Psalm) flew home, a source tells PEOPLE. North, 7, spent time with her dad in Cody before reuniting with her mom and siblings.
On Monday night, West tweeted a photo of himself and North posing in a body of water, with mountains behind them.
"Daddy daughter time," the rapper wrote, adding an emoji of someone skiing.
The source says Wyoming "is where he wants to live." As for his wife? Kardashian, 39, "is happy to be back" in L.A., the source says. "It's hard traveling with the kids for such a long time."
The source continues: "Kim still seems focused on making her marriage work. She is pretty quiet about her exact plans for the future, but for now she seems okay with Kanye living in Wyoming. He is moving ahead with the presidential campaign. This is a decision that no one can change his mind about."
While Kardashian had been preparing to end things before that reunion, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality star "wants to do everything she can to save her marriage," a source told PEOPLE at the time.
Another source told PEOPLE earlier this month that the spouses were "getting along" as they spent a week in the Dominican Republic with their children.
"They had a good family week in the Dominican Republic. They are continuing the family vacation," the source said on Aug. 9. "Kim and Kanye are getting along. They both seem much happier."
Kardashian assured fans on Twitter that "Kanye's team took every precaution to ensure the choir's health and safety which is always top priority," adding that the service was filmed without an audience amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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