Kim Kardashian Doesn’t Want Her Kids To Know Her True Feelings About Kanye West

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye “Ye” West have been through lots of ups and downs over the past few years. The two finalized their divorce in November 2022. And while they are no longer together as husband and wife, they still co-parent their four children together. As such, Kim and Ye have to interact with each other regularly. With that in mind, they must find ways to keep common ground. However, Kim Kardashian has revealed she conceals her true feelings about Kanye West from their children.

Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Are Together Forever

Since it is more than six months after the couple divorced, Kim Kardashian has admitted that she has been hiding her emotions about Kanye West from their children. The couple shares four healthy kiddos: North West, Saint West, Chicago West, and Psalm West. Undoubtedly, the two have faced many trials together and separately. Since the marriage ended, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been known to have multiple public disputes. With each episode, there are four sets of eyes watching and ears listening. The kids want to know how their mom and dad will handle their arguments. To deflect some of the attention, Kim Kardashian resists showing much emotion when it comes to issues with their dad.  Despite their separate lives, the SKIMS founder and her ex are together forever due to the ties with their kids.

“If there’s something concerning my kids’ dad and I’m upset, I try not to show as much emotion,” Kim said to Vogue Italia. “I have to be ready to explain why I’m upset, and it might not be appropriate for them to know. There’s nothing worse than ‘You’ll understand when you’re older.’ I don’t want to be that person.”


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Kim Kardashian Is Keeping The Peace

During the Season 3 premiere of The Kardashians, Kim Kardashian talked about what it is like to co-parent with Ye. Specifically, she discussed she wasn’t ready to speak about every time he upset her. In her own way, she was protecting the kids from the ups and downs. Realistically, she admitted it was hard and there’s no way people can truly understand the level of crazy it was to go through it.

Keeping It Real

And while she keeps the Ye-related emotions under wraps, Kim Kardashian wants to be clear, she still expresses other emotions. Particularly, she mentions talking about feeling she knows they can understand. In the Vogue Italia article, the author makes you see how relatable she feels Kim Kardashian can be on many levels. Knowing The Kardashians star can take a breath and withhold some details for her children’s best interest shows deep, understandable care. The SKIMS founder went on to give an example from Christmas when her mother, Kris Jenner, gave her a dollhouse.  Even though her children didn’t understand why it made her cry, she took the time to explain it had been at her dad’s house when she was a little girl.


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Kim Learns To Carry On

Kim Kardashian credited her late father, Robert Kardashian, as her role model for learning to regulate her emotions. “I saw how he would work on a specific case, and I would observe him. I learned grace from my dad and how to be really calm and collected, and I think I definitely am that way a lot as well. Even when he got mad at us, it was a process, a conversation. He would say: ‘Hey, come over here, we need to talk about this.’ When my mom [Kris Jenner] would get mad, it would be quite funny because she couldn’t get our names straight. She would scream at me and be like: ‘Kourtney, Kylie, really, whatever your name is, get over here!’”

Kim says the hardest part is knowing that someone she loved is so different than who she knew before. While Kim Kardashian and Ye might not be destined for true love, there’s a possible new guy in the mix. What are your thoughts? Should Kim Kardashian be more open with her kids about their dad? Sound off in the comments.

Bonnie Kaiser-Gambill

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