Babies on the brain?
Kim Kardashian isn’t ruling out having more kids after her divorce from Kanye West.
The reality star, who shares North, 9, Saint, 7, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, with the Grammy winner, told Gwyneth Paltrow in a “Goop” podcast episode on Tuesday that she “don’t never say never” to a fifth child.
“I’m obviously at the end of this conversation,” the 42-year-old “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum noted. “I should have someone in my life for a while to make that decision.
“So whatever is meant to be will be,” she continued.
When Paltrow recommended freezing the eggs, the makeup mogul replied, “I think embryos are the best way to go.”
The ‘Kardashians’ star’s admission came eight months after she hinted during an ‘Access’ interview that she saw herself having as many children as her mother Kris Jenner, who has six. .
The Hulu personality was dating Pete Davidson at the time, but the former couple have since called it quits.
Kardashian told Paltrow on Tuesday that she wanted to spend “a few years” single before getting back into a serious romantic relationship.
The businesswoman, who has been married three times, then reflected on her past relationships.
“I feel, honestly, [that] my last marriage was my first real one [one]Kardashian said of West before dissolving her short-lived marriages to Damon Thomas and Kris Humphries in 2000 and 2011, respectively.
“The first one, I just don’t know what was going on,” the Skims creator explained. “The second, I felt like I wanted to get married so badly because all my friends were in that place and that’s where I should have been.”
While she “definitely” wants to remarry, Kardashian insisted she was “happy to take [her] time” and “soaking up every minute of” his current “solo mission”.
The KKW Beauty creator said the same thing in an episode of the “Angie Martinez IRL” podcast on Monday, gushing that she was “at peace and… going to have fun ’til she finds her ‘partner forever.’
Kardashian has expressed concern that future loved ones are “afraid” of West, admitting, “I don’t have the easiest ex. … I don’t think it’s fair for me to put someone in a situation or bring in a new person who might be super innocent.