Kim Kardashian is opening up about raising four children on her own as a single mom in the new episode of Hulu’s The Kardashians.
The 42-year-old reality star – who was spotted with many other celebs at Michael Rubin’s 4th of July bash in the Hamptons – spent a chunk of the new episode at home with her four children – North, 10, Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and Psalm, 4.
Earlier in the episode, Kim had broken down in tears while discussing the anti-Semitic comments made by the father of her children, Kanye West.
She revealed how protective she is of her kids learning about the things their father has done in recent years. Still, she admitted that her job as being a mom of four is the most important to her, as she spent time with all of her kids in the episode.
Back in 2020, The Sun reported that Kim, who is worth a reported $1.2billion, has a nanny for each of her children, with the staff members forced to follow a militant rule book, as laid out in a ‘very thick’ manual.
The episode cuts to Kim’s home as she asks Saint, ‘Can I spend some quality time with you today?’
Kim adds in confession, ‘I love my life with my babies,’ as Kim jokes, ‘What if I said there was a fire?’ as Saint finally looks up from the video game as Kim jokes, ‘Oh that got your attention.’
‘This week in particular has been so hard. Obviously, there’s just times in life when things get really hectic and I think you just have to tune it all out and realize that being a mom and being really present is the most important thing,’ Kim says in confession.
Kim jokes to Saint that a Supremes store just opened in their backyard as Saint laughs while still playing the video game.
Kim’s youngest, Chicago and Psalm both run into the room, as Kim says in confession she is, ‘in the trenches. I am the one doing all the daily stuff all the time.’
Chicago runs back into the room with a pink backpacks, as Kim continues in confession, ‘I do the morning routine, I do the night routine, it’s like a pit stop with race cars. It’s like, ‘Brush your teeth, brush your teeth, brush your teeth, brush your teeth, do your hair, do your hair, do your hair, do your hair, like changing tires really quickly.’
Kim asks Chicago to show what she has in her school backpack, as she pulls out some gum, as Kim questions whether she can have gum in her backpack for school.
She asks Chicago how to spell her name and she spelled it correctly, as did Psalm, as she asks what her real name is, with Chicago saying, ‘Kimberly’ and Psalm saying, ‘Mommy.’
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Backpack: Chicago runs back into the room with a pink backpacks, as Kim continues in confession, ‘I do the morning routine, I do the night routine, it’s like a pit stop with race cars. It’s like, ‘Brush your teeth, brush your teeth, brush your teeth, brush your teeth, do your hair, do your hair, do your hair, do your hair, like changing tires really quickly’
‘I am just in protection mode of my kids and just try to hide everything,’ Kim says in confession, as North runs in, with Kim asking about her spelling test, which was apparently set for today but it was actually tomorrow.
They get ready for dinner, as Kim admits in confession, ‘It’s just hard for me to figure out like if they don’t know anything, why wouldn’t dad come over for dinner?’
‘Why isn’t dad at my things? That kills me. It’s the one thing that gives me anxiety, because then I’m embarrassed if people are going to say something at a game or a function,’ she added.
‘Is it safe? Is it dangerous? I just don’t know what to do. I’ve been managing it the best way I know how, because I want my kids to see a healthy dad, you know, it’s just a lot. So I take it day by day,’ Kim admitted.
Earlier this year, Kim sparked the ire of many fans after recently voicing her challenges with being a single mom.
She said that parenting is ‘really f*****g hard’ while appearing ‘On Purpose With Jay Shetty’ podcast, where she also admitted she sometimes ‘cries herself to sleep’ due to the stress.
However, many took issue with her ‘complaints’ and pointed out that the SKIMS founder has a lot more help than the average mom.