A source tells ET, "Kanye and her have been coparenting successfully and both of them want what's best for the kids," and that their four children -- North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2 -- are "doing great" following their split.
The source adds that the two "have been supportive of each other" when it comes to raising their kids after Kardashian filed for divorce in February.
"Kim is continuing to stay focused on her kids and her brand," the source continues, adding that the reality star and beauty mogul "wouldn't be fully opposed to dating again if the right guy came along down the line."
"Kim has always been a really hands on mom," the source says. "She does a great job at balancing and spending time with them, even with work being so busy for her. Family time is and always will be a huge priority to her."
"They were wearing all black and looked like a nice, normal family that was relaxing and having a good time," a source told ET at the time. "Kim, Kanye and their kids arrived for a private early viewing, but they enjoyed themselves so much they stuck around after the museum opened their doors and mingled with the public for almost an hour. No one bothered them or seemed to really notice them. It was a genuine, sweet moment for the family where they were able to relax in a public setting without being disrupted."