Kim Kardashian says failing baby bar law exam made her more relatable to daughter

Kim Kardashian has said that her failing the baby bar law exam has made her more relatable to her daughter.

Kim recalled the moment that she eventually passed the exam, saying that her daughter was with her. The 42 year old told Vogue Italia: "For a long time it was difficult for her to understand why I was studying all the time.

"She saw me fail and cry, she saw how I was no different than her when she was worried because of a test. But when she saw me cry from joy, I knew she understood how important that achievement was to me personally."

Kim shares four children with her ex-husband Kanye West Psalm, 4, Chicago, 5, Saint, 7, and North, 10. The couple split in 2021, but recently Kim has opened up about keeping her feelings about Kanye from her children.

In a recent episode of the hit show The Kardashians, Kim said: "I still feel the need to not talk about it and protect it from my kids and I always will feel that way but God, if people knew. I would just never do that to my kids."

Meanwhile, a clip released by the show ahead of this week's episode has shown Kim getting upset in the aftermath of her split from Kanye. The clip shows Kim being comforted by her younger sister Khloe as she says she is not doing well.

Kim is getting new pictures for her driving licence as she debates about whether she should add West to the licence or not. After her friends disagree with her she later reminisces about her seven years of marriage with Kanye as she talks to Khloe.

As Khloe asks her if she is okay, Kim replies simply saying: "I'm not OK." She also added: "It's so different than the person I married. I just can't."

Kim continued to get upset as she said: "That's who I loved and that's who I remember. I'll do anything to get that person back."

Kanye is known for his huge rants on Twitter, and he has also been accused of being Anti-Semitic as a result of one of his tweets. Previously Kim has told her mum Kris Jenner: "I don't want to be part of this narrative and it's like when is this ever gonna end? Like it never will and I'm stuck with this for the rest of my life."

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