When it comes to the realities of parenting, Kim Kardashian has never faltered in sharing her experience of raising four children as a single mother. (Albeit one with a billion-dollar valuation).
In the latest episode of The Kardashians, the Skims founder sat down with Kourtney “Stole My Goddamn Wedding Country” Kardashian to divulge the complications of co-parenting.
The 43-year-old specifically referenced her oldest daughter, North, 10, explaining that the nepo baby and cover star prefers the living conditions her father, Kanye West, has created for them.
Kardashian continues to explain that North is often in tears about her monastery-style, multi-million dollar Calabasas mansion, claiming that she prefers the rapper known as Ye’s more humble apartment residence. Lest we forget that this is also the child who calls her mother’s house “ugly” whenever they’re in a disagreement.
“North will go to her Dad’s [house], and she’ll be like, ‘Dad is the best. He has it all figured out,’” Kardashian said in the episode. “‘He doesn’t have a nanny, he doesn’t have a chef, he doesn’t have security. He lives in an apartment.’ And she’ll start crying, ‘Why don’t you have an apartment? I can’t believe we don’t have an apartment’,” Kardashian continued. Oh, to be so rich that you envy living in a flat.
Kourtney, who is currently pregnant with her fourth child with husband Travis Barker, added that her three children, whom she shares with ex-boyfriend Scott Disick also have the same reaction after staying with the self-proclaimed Lord.
“They do that at Scott’s too. ‘Dad has the best house. Your house sucks. He has the best house. It’s not super big. The vibe’s better’,” the Lemme founder explained. “I feel like everything falls on the parent that’s more involved,” she added.
Of course, the revelation that North prefers living with her father wasn’t the only insight we got into the pre-teen’s life. In a now-viral moment, the recent i-D cover star chomped into an unpeeled onion like she was eating an apple.
We never thought North would have something in common with former Prime Minister Tony Abbot, but here we are. Perhaps a brand deal with Listerine is in the works?