Kim Kardashian is enjoying the single life.
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, 40, stepped out this week for a girls’ night with close friends La La Anthony and Steph Shepherd, as well as sister Kourtney Kardashian, at Beverly Hills hotspot Matsuhisa. It was her first night out since filing for divorce from Kanye West.
Seen without her wedding ring, Kim wore a skintight green dress with matching heels for the occasion.
Onlookers gawked as the SKIMS founder and her host of celebrity pals snapped photos and enjoyed a night of sushi at the Japanese eatery.
Good friend La La arrived right behind the “KUWTK” star, wearing a mini-dress and rocking fiery red tresses.
Both sister Kourtney — whose current relationship with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker seems to be going swimmingly — and fitness influencer Shepherd kept it chic in all-black. “Foodgod” Cheban went casual with an athleisure look.
Meanwhile, West was spotted for the first time since the filing visiting his Yeezy Academy in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Accompanied by a swarm of bodyguards and his youngest son, 1-year-old Psalm, the “Selah” rapper also left his wedding band at home.
It was reported in January that the stars were headed for a split. Repped by power divorce attorney Laura Wasser, Kardashian is requesting joint legal and physical custody of their four kids: North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, who turns 2 in May.
The couple’s relationship became rocky when West, who struggles with bipolar disorder, had several public meltdowns during his failed presidential run.
Sources said West’s presidential bid was the last straw for Kardashian.
“Kim was really supportive of Kanye during his struggle with his mental health. But she knows she has to do the right thing for her kids.”
West and Kardashian married in 2014. She was previously married to Kris Humphries from 2011 to 2013 and Damon Thomas from 2000 to 2004.
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