Kim Kardashian posts mysterious Instagram comment about 'the future' amid Kanye West divorce rumors

KIM Kardashian raised eyebrows with a mysterious message about current issues that "won't mean a thing" a year from now as rumors of her divorce to Kanye West swirl.

The high-profile couple have been at the centre of split speculation in the past few months, as they try to get their relationship back on track.

The KUWTK beauty married the rapper, 43, in 2014 and they share four children – yet in explosive claims made during his Presidential campaign Kanye claimed he had been trying to divorce her for two years.

Perhaps making tacit reference to their marital strife, Kim, 39, took to her Instagram page to re-post an inspirational quote message.

Seemingly pertinent to her situation, it read: "A year from now, everything you’re stressing about won’t mean a thing.

"Be thankful, smile more, spend more time with family and don’t stress the small things.

"This is our one chance at life.

"Don’t let anyone or anything take away your happiness."

The couple has really been going through it of late after Kanye broke down in tears while campaigning in North Carolina.

He first claimed that he stopped SKIMS founder Kim from aborting their first child together, North.

Following that, he then claimed on Twitter that he had been trying to divorce the mother of his four children for years and claimed his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, was a white supremacist.

Following weeks of not speaking to each other, the two seemed to reconcile as they went on a series of family trips and a date night as recently as this past week.

However, Kim is still trying to keep her options open as sources recently revealed she'll be divorcing him if things get worse.

This week, Kim's BFF Jonathan Cheban admitted the Gold Digga singer had "gone AWOL" in a candid interview on his pal's situation.

Jonathan, 46, appeared on The Wendy Williams Show and said of their marriage: "It is what it is. They were good. He's Kanye, the guy is a genius.

"Geniuses go through things all the time. His brain is on 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

"I could never be able to think and go like he does. It's overwhelming. There's got to be a certain point where things go AWOL and then you get back.

"To me, that's how a genius is."

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