Kim Kardashian reportedly feels like a "pawn" in her mother Kris Jenner's breakup with Bruce Jenner.
The reality TV star's mother, Kris, recently announced her split from husband Bruce, who she married in 1991.
According to a source, the 33-year-old beauty believes Kris is using her and the rest of her family to keep up appearances of a happy family.
Kim is allegedly desperate for Kris and Bruce to sort things out (Photo: WENN)
Not long after the split was announced, Kris tweeted a photo of herself and two of Bruce's sons, Brody and Brandon, which Kim reportedly sees as a false move.
"Things aren't on the mend between her and Bruce. Kris is already planning to drop Jenner as her last name and Bruce is threatening to walk away from Keeping Up with the Kardashians. He has also been spending time with his ex-wife, Linda Thompson," a source revealed to Star magazine.
"Kim has begged them to work things out as it's dividing the household. She feels their tightly-knit family is falling apart and Bruce and Kris are using their kids as pawns in their split."
Kris recently announced that her and husband Bruce have separated (Photo: WENN)
Kim's plate seems pretty full at the moment, with having her daughter North in June with fiance Kanye West and now having to juggle her mum's relationship problems.
Kris divorced Kim's late father Robert Kardashian in 1991 and the soon-to-be Mrs West reportedly doesn't want her younger sisters Kylie and Kendall to go through the same ordeal she went through as a child.
"Kim found it really difficult when her mum split from her dad, Rob, and she doesn't want Kendall and Kylie going through the same trauma," the source continued.
"She knows how rowing couples can use the kids to score points. Kim is convinced they can work things out."
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