Kim Kardashian Reveals Which of Her Kids Has Her Personality

Kim Kardashian Reveals Which of Her Kids Has Her Personality (and Who Has Kanye West’s)

One of the most famous moms of our generation, Kim Kardashian West, doesn’t shy away from sharing intimate family moments or gushing about her four kiddos. For her striking September cover of Vogue Arabia, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star talked to husband Kanye West about all things motherhood, including the very different personalities of her little ones. 

The mom to North, 6, Saint, 3, Chicago, 19 months, and Psalm, 3 months, was interviewed by West for the occasion. During their chat, Kim admitted that daughter North is her father’s “twin.”

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“She is so creative, expressive and has so much of your personality,” shared Kim. “Saint, I think, has more of my personality.”

“Chi, it’s still too early to say. She has a temper that we don’t have but then she’s so calm, which is just like us too. For Psalm, it’s too early to tell. Hopefully they will have little bits of us and lots of themselves.”

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During the interview, the fashion mogul also shared that she has always wanted a big family. “Growing up, I always thought I wanted four kids and then after we had North, I didn’t think we were going to have another one because of how difficult the pregnancy was. After we had Saint, I for sure thought we were done but then we kept going – and now we have four.”

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In the interview, Kanye also asks Kim if reading negative news about herself has any effect on her whatsoever.

“When it’s about my family, I get really protective,” Kim says. “Most of the time when things are so baseless or absurd, I have a good laugh. But as far as dealing with it on a daily level for me, I’m pretty content. If it’s about you, or the kids, or my sisters, I can get worked up when I read things that are false or negative. But when it’s about me, I’ve learned how to block out the noise for the most part.”

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