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Kim and Kanye ‘no longer in contact’ amid divorce rumours



Kim and Kanye ‘no longer in contact’ amid divorce rumours

US Media is reporting the couple – who wed in 2014 and have four children together – are living separate lives. 

A source told People: “Kim and Kanye continue to live separate lives. They have no contact.”

Meanwhile, Page Six is alleging that West, 43, has removed 500 pairs of trainers from the couple’s $60 million Calabasas mansion. 

It comes after Kardashian showed her 203 million followers round the new showroom for her underwear brand Skims – which looks identical to the wardrobe where West once kept his Yeezy range.

Celebrity gossip Instagram account @deuxmoix highlighted the space looked very similar to where West was once interviewed by David Letterman about his fashion range – suggesting it was more evidence the rapper no longer lived in the house. 

West is believed to be currently based at his Wyoming ranch in Cody.

Rumors have swirled for the past month the pair were about to divorce. 

The couple, who married in Florence, Italy, share daughters North, seven, Chicago, three, and sons Saint, five, and Psalm, one.

Some reports have suggested Kardashian, 40, will file for divorce once the final season of her reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians has aired. 

Page Six reports the final season of the show will centre around the star’s marriage problems with the multi-award-winning rapper.

A source told the publication: “The Kardashians intend to go out with a bang. They’ve filmed Kim discussing her marriage problems. But everybody involved is on a nondisclosure agreement, because the finale won’t screen until later in 2021.”

The couple have an estimated combined worth of $4.2 billion.

A source recently told Us Weekly Kardashian had been working with “her financial advisers to figure out an exit plan that would be best for her whole family. Kim has had all of her and Kanye’s financials and properties ready to be split—it’s a very fair deal for everyone.”


3 extra towns evacuated on La Palma amid volcanic eruption



Three more towns evacuated on La Palma amid volcanic eruption


olidaymakers in La Palma have been evacuated from 3 extra cities on the Spanish island due to an volcanic eruption.

Vacationers and residents in Tajuya, Tacande de Abajo were ordered to leave by Spanish authorities on Friday.

Firefighters were pressured to retreat as explosions received additional rigorous and airlines cancelled flights owing to a enormous cloud of gasoline and ash.

Videos shared on social media showed a large shockwave emanating out from the eruption web page.

People leave their home in La Mancha on the island of La Palma in the Canaries

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Hearth crews pulled out of thoroughly clean-up operate in the town of Todoque on Friday afternoon as a new vent opened up in the flank of the volcano.

“The volcano is in a recently explosive section. Firefighters will not run any more right now,” the Tenerife fire company tweeted immediately after remaining deployed to aid on La Palma.

No critical injuries or fatalities have been noted but 15 per cent of the island’s economically crucial banana crop could be at chance, jeopardising countless numbers of work.

Neighborhood Canary Islands carrier Binter reported on Friday it had cancelled all flights to La Palma due to the volcano eruption.

Spanish airline Iberia cancelled its only flight scheduled for the day and one more community airline Canaryfly also suspended its functions.

Binter claimed in an statement it was pressured to halt its functions to and from La Palma as the ash cloud generated by the volcano had worsened considerably in the very last handful of hours.

The regional airline, which experienced to begin with only cancelled night flights, said it did not have a time body to resume operations.

It has begun to drift northeast toward the Mediterranean and Spanish mainland, the AEMET national weather agency verified.

Airspace higher than the island remains open aside from two small parts near the eruption web site.

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