Kim Kardashian is well-known for her never-ending sagas. Kim is currently preoccupied with her new show and her romance with Pete Davidson. It seems Kim recently shared an interesting story from her bar exam.

The reality TV actress stated in an interview with The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which aired in the United States, that she will always sacrifice comfort for couture. She even admitted to buying adult diapers while sitting for a law exam. Kim even went through sitting eight hours straight wearing that.

I’ll be in pajamas and sweats when I’m home, but when I go out, I’ll wear literally anything. I don’t care how uncomfortable or if I have to wear a diaper and not go to the bathroom. I don’t care. I actually bought adult diapers when I took the bar exam because I didn’t know how it worked, so I thought I had to sit there for eight hours straight.

Kim also claimed that her eight-year-old daughter North West, whom she shares with ex-husband Kanye West, gained creative control over her photoshoot for Vogue magazine’s March 2022 issue. North, in particular, chose the outfits for her three siblings.

She styled the whole thing. They were all going to wear black but she walked out and was like, ‘This is so boring I can’t believe this is what we’re going to wear, I’m going to dress everyone.’ She went (into) everyone’s closet and picked it all out.

Given how often the little one shares her candid thoughts, Kim considers her daughter to be one of her biggest fashion critics. With her dating life going well and the Kanye West mess gone to the grave, she has a better focus on her life. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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