Kim Kardashian plans to spend Valentine’s Day with her kids and not Kanye West

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I have no idea what is going on between Kim Kardashian and People Magazine these days. It would not surprise me in the least if we found out, years from now, that she signed some kind of exclusive gossip content deal with People and got paid to provide them with weekly updates, even when there’s nothing really to update. Kim and Kanye West are barely speaking these days and they’ve both hired divorce lawyers, but neither of them has filed for divorce. Hamlet Kardashian is drawing this out, but I suspect she actually has a plan and it might be working. So in lieu of updates about all of that, People Mag’s exclusive about Kim this week is that she’s spending Valentine’s Day with her kids.

Kim Kardashian is looking ahead as she and estranged husband Kanye West move towards divorce. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 40, is planning to spend the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday with her kids, and maintains little contact with West, a source tells PEOPLE.

“Kim is great,” the insider says. “She has a Valentine’s Day celebration planned with her kids and family. She likes to make it special for the kids. She doesn’t have any contact with Kanye.”

“It’s obvious that she is just focused on the future,” the source adds.

Earlier this month, a source similarly told PEOPLE that the couple, who married in 2014, now have minimal communication as they continue to move toward an official split. “Kim and Kanye continue to live separate lives,” said the source. “They have no contact.”

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I think it’s kind of funny that people are trying to make this year’s Valentine’s Day into… anything. No one should be traveling on romantic vacays. Hopefully, most people won’t be going out to eat. I plan to spend the holiday with my cats, eating takeout and watching tennis. I like my V-Day plans better than Kim’s.

Meanwhile, did you see that Kim donated flowers to frontline workers? She sent bouquets and arrangements of, like, exclusively pale pink roses to healthcare workers at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, California. She sent them to brighten the days of the healthcare workers. It’s really nice and I think the hospital workers probably enjoyed them, but I do wonder if maybe food would have been a better gift? I have no idea though – it’s quite possible that it would have been a lot harder to send catering or prepackaged meals to a hospital, while a floral delivery was probably less stressful for everyone to coordinate.

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