Kim Kardashian West Says She Doesn't Want More Than Four Kids

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Shortly after attending Khloé Kardashian's baby shower on Saturday, Kim Kardashian West jetted off to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where a pink-haired Kanye West has been holed up for the past week working on his new album!

According to Kim Kardashian's recent interview with Elle Magazine, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star reveals that she doesn't think she could handle more than four children, meaning that she may consider having one more before officially ending that chapter in her life. My time is spread really thin. In addition, Kim also revealed that she believes it is important for a wife and mother to give her husband - in this case, Kardashian's spouse Kanye West - just as much time as she gives her children. "But as much as I hated it, I still wished I could have done it on my own".

She tells the mag, "The control is hard at the beginning". If you want doughnuts and ice cream, go for it. "I would recommend surrogacy for anybody", she says of the experience.

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She went on to say of her mom Kris Jenner, "To this day, if you mention it to her, she'll cry".

On her hairstyle of choice that caused some online discussion around culture appropriation, Kim says she's not anxious because she loves Bo Derek and her hairstyle was "a reference". If I need some information, then I keep it. He thinks by being at the mountains, he doesn't have many distractions and can have a more clear sense of direction for his music. Teeth whitening, spray tans, laser hair removal, various stomach- and thigh-tightening lasers (although she's cut back on those), daily skin and hair vitamins, plus the occasional marathon hair event, like the cornrows, which took six hours and kept her up until 2 a.m. They're natural. She's never done extensions, doesn't need them. Pitchfork has contacted representatives for Kanye West and all other artists in this story.