KIM Kardashian got emotional about her co-parenting experience with ex-husband Kanye West in her new video.
Kim, 42, opened up about her struggles with motherhood in an interview with Angie Martinez IRL Podcast.
The Kardashian star revealed that she protected Ye, 45, “in the eyes of my children”.
The Hulu star opened up about her late father, Robert George Kardashian, and explained, “I had the best dad.”
Kim broke down in tears, saying, “It’s been a day for me…it’s been tough.”
She continued, “Co-parenting is really hard.”
Kim continued, “I had the best dad. I had the best memories. And the greatest experience.
“That’s all I want for my kids. That’s what I would want for them.”
The reality star confessed that she had to protect her children “from the outside world”.
Kim added, “Why would I ever bring that energy to them? It’s really heavy, heavy for adults.”
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“And they are not ready to cope.”
The reality TV star wiped away tears with the sleeve of her black sweater.
She concluded: “And when they are, we’ll have those conversations.
“And I will be so prepared.”
Kim and Kanye are the parents of four children: North, nine, Saint, six; Chicago, four; and Psalm, three.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was in high spirits as she recently attended her famous family’s annual Christmas party.
In a new video, Kim revealed how she styled and dressed for the holiday party.
Hairstylist Chris Appleton helped pump up her waves as the Skims founder transitioned into a brunette look.
Kim gushed, “We’re back!” while showing off her black hair.
She then tilted the camera to show more of her sparkly outfit.
The behind-the-scenes video ended with Kim blowing a kiss to her fans.
At the party, the ex-E! star stunned in a sparkling silver dress as she nearly popped out of her cleavage cleavage.
WELCOME TO THE PARTY
Although the annual get-togethers are usually hosted by matriarch Kris Jenner, 67, her sister Kourtney, 43, took over her mum’s duties and organized this year’s extravagant event.
There was a table full of donuts, cookies, chocolate covered pretzels and other festive treats designed to look like holiday ornaments.
With red draperies on the ceiling, Christmas trees were spread throughout the space as a fireplace welcomed guests inside.
As guests marveled at the holiday-themed decorations everywhere, servers offered various drink options on trays.
Plants hung from the ceiling as festive music played in the background.
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