Regarding her four children and her ex-husband Kanye West’s co-parenting style, Kim Kardashian recently said, “No matter what is happening in the world, I have to keep that grin on my face.”
The co-parenting challenges she faces with the rapper formerly known as Kanye West are being discussed by Kim Kardashian.
The founder of SKIMS, who has four children with the Yeezy designer—North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3—is sharing her opinions on their parenting style over a month after the former couple formalised their divorce.
In the perspective of my kids, I definitely protected him, and I still will for my kids, she said on the “IRL” podcast episode from December 26. Therefore, my children are unaware of what is happening outside of our home.
Adding that she will keep guarding her children “for as long as I can,” Kardashian sobbed, adding, “It’s difficult. Like co-parenting, it’s quite difficult.”
The “Kardashians” actress thought back on her own relationship with her late father, Robert Kardashian, Sr., during their conversation.
She said, “I had the best dad. “And I had the nicest experiences and memories, and that is all I want for my children. That’s what I want for them, as long as they can have it.”
“So why would I ever bring that energy to them if they don’t know things that are being spoken or what is happening in the world?” Added Kardashian. “That is some seriously heavy adult s—t. And when they are prepared to deal with it, we will have those conversations.”
Nearly three weeks before to Kardashian’s most recent interview, a source also provided insight into their co-parenting arrangement, stating that Kardashian is making sure Ye continues to be active in their children’s life.
The insider told E! News in early December that “all the kids are incredibly close to Kanye and adore him despite what’s going on.” Kim is doing a fantastic job at keeping their relationship the same.
According to the insider, “She will make it possible for him to continue to be a part of their life. She makes every attempt to include him in significant moments in the children’s life.”