Kim Kardashian is standing by her man.

Two days after Kanye West voluntarily admitted himself into a Los Angeles area hospital, E! News is learning more about how the Grammy winner's wife is being supportive during a difficult time.

"She is just holding things down like Kanye did for her when she needed support," a source shared with E! News exclusively. "Kim is doing much better and is strong. This shall pass she believes."

Before her husband was hospitalized, Kim was scheduled to make her first public appearance since the Paris robbery at the Angel Ball in New York City where her late father Robert Kardashian was being honored.

She ended up canceling at the last minute and boarded a flight back to Los Angeles Monday evening allowing her to visit Kanye in person soon after.

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, NYFW 2016

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"Kim is by his side now and will stand there till everything gets better," our insider shared. "Their time together was just about support. Kanye will be ok. He has a good set of doctors and the main thing is he wants to get through this."

It's been a turbulent few weeks for Kanye who ended concerts early, delivered rants on stage and ultimately canceled the remainder of his Saint Pablo Tour.

According to a separate source, the star had been working around the clock on fashion design, his tour and other projects. It ultimately became exhausting and a bit too much to handle for the A-list star.

"Kim was concerned that he may have been taking on too much with all these shows," a source explained to E! News. "It was many things on his plate that started to pile up at once."

Under his doctor's direction, Kanye doesn't have a phone or computer as he continues his hospital stay. And as the rapper continues receiving support from the Hollywood community, our insider says Kanye and his wife have each other's backs.

"Kim and Kanye love each other and will do whatever it takes to support each other," our source shared. "The whole Kardashian family as well love and support Kanye."

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