Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may be enjoying pretty much the happiest time of their lives, with their baby girl North West growing up fast and the celebrations of their engagement, but according to insiders not everything is perfect in paradise.
One of the TV star's close friends has claimed that the new parents are living apart after the chaos of Kris Jenner's family home got too much for the Yeezus rapper.
Kim, Kanye and baby Nori moved into Kim's mum's home just before the star gave birth back in June. What was meant to be a temporary arrangement has turned into months though as the couple wait for their new family home to be completed.
According to Kim's pal it's all got too much for privacy loving Kanye, with the star reportedly moving back into his Hollywood Hills bachelor pad, a 30 minute drive away from Kim and North who remain in Kris' Calabasas home.
“There’s too much chaos at Kris’ house for Kanye,” Kim’s friend alleges to In Touch whilst another source adds: "Kanye is working all of the time. Kanye will come over to Kris’ for a few hours, but then go back to his place".
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are waiting for construction on their new family home to be completed (WENN)
Meanwhile whilst Kimye haven't even moved into their $11 million Bel Air mansion yet, new reports suggest they're already looking to sell the pimped out home and get an even bigger pad somewhere more private.
The A list couple purchased the exclusive property in one of the most star studded neighbourhoods in Los Angeles in January. The home has been undergoing a vast renovation since then with claims the outlandish couple have been spending mega bucks on decorating the home.
According to TMZ Kimye are interested in another plot of land in Bel Air, which offers more privacy. The couple reportedly checked out the location over the weekend and are said to prefer it due to the privacy it can offer, especially now they're parents to baby North.
Kim and Kanye are said to be unsure as to whether they'll purchase the new plot, which is on the market for $10 million, but if they do it will mean the other home, which they have yet to finish construction on, will be sold.