Kim Kardashian Tears Up While Talking About Co-Parenting with Kanye West

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Kim Kardashian has become more open about the difficulties of co-parenting. The reality star opened out about the breakdown of her marriage to her ex-husband Ye formally known as Kanye West during a recent visit on the Angie Martinez IRL podcast. The mother of four spoke openly about how she has attempted to manage the effects of his recent erratic conduct on her nine-year-old daughter North, seven-year-old son Saint, four-year-old daughter Chicago, and three-year-old son Psalm.

“I definitely protected him and I still will in the eyes of my kids, for my kids,” she said, adding that she’s tried her best to hide news of his anti-Semitic rants and public attacks as they finalized their divorce.

“In my home, my kids don’t know anything that goes on, on the outside world,” she said. “I’m holding on by a thread, and I am so close to that not happening. But while it’s still that way, I will protect that to the end of the Earth, as long as I can.”

She stated that she attempts to keep their children’s positive associations with their dad by playing his music for them in the car and shielding them from media coverage as much as she can. “It’s hard. Sh-t like co-parenting, it’s really f-cking hard,” she said. “I had the best dad. And I had the best memories and the greatest experience. And that’s all I want for my kids. As long as they can have that, that’s what I want for them.”

Kim choked back tears as she spoke of wanting to give her children a loving childhood and briefly thought of her own father, the late Robert Kardashian.

“It’s hard. Sh-t like co-parenting, it’s really f-cking hard,” she said. “I had the best dad. And I had the best memories and the greatest experience. And that’s all I want for my kids. As long as they can have that, that’s what I want for them.” She added, “If they don’t know things that are being said, or what’s happening in the world, why would I ever bring that energy to them? That’s real heavy, heavy grown-up sh-t. And they’re not ready to deal with it, you know? When they are, we’ll have those conversations. And I’ll be so prepared. But until then, I’ll do anything to keep their life as normal as possible.”

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