Seacrest: Things are "going better" for Kim and Kanye

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RYAN Seacrest says things are "going better now" for Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West.

The couple have had a tough time of it lately after the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' beauty was robbed at gunpoint back in October and the 'Only One' rapper was hospitalised in November for exhaustion and sleep deprivation but the 41-year-old television personality believes the two are doing much better.

He said: "I've spoken to Kim. I've not spoken to Kanye, but I think that things are going better now."

And Ryan also denied rumours that filming for the family's E! reality show had been temporarily halted.

He added to People magazine: "There have been some reports that we halted production. We did stop for a little bit, briefly, after the Paris incident, but since then we've been back in full production. We're shooting season 13."

Meanwhile, it was previously claimed that Kanye is living apart from Kim and their two children - North, three, and Saint, 11 months - as he continues treatment out of the hospital.

A source shared: "He is receiving outpatient care else with a medical team. Kim still seems concerned but is supportive. They don't know for how long Kanye will need outpatient care ... There are frustrations and problems, like any relationship, but they love each other deeply ...

"People in Kanye's inner circle are hoping the hospital stay has made him realise that he needs to take a step back from work and focus on his personal health and mindset. Kanye loves working, but he loves Kim and his family more.

"He had way too much on his plate and it came to a point where he couldn't handle it all, so he just broke. He needs to find a good balance with the two in his life and he'll work hard at finding that."

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