Following COVID-19 and her break-up from husband Kanye West, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Kim Kardashian is doing her best to look at the past year ‘in a positive way.’
During her recent interview with Vogue’s Jonathan Van Meter, Kim said that “this year has been challenging for so many people,” in spite of her filing for divorce from Kanye West and the huge number of deaths due to COVID-19. The reality show star revealed that she’s trying to see the past twelve months as a “huge cleanse,” and “a huge opportunity for people to really be grateful for the simple things. And that is huge, I think. The awakening that so many people had.
“The amount of time that. I know me and all my parent friends. Have spent with our children, has been so beautiful, that we get this time,” the KKW Beauty founder said. “I always try to look at things. In a positive way. Even though. It has been such a challenging year. It’s a time to regenerate, get creative. Spend so much time with family. And just this time. I’ve been able to spend with my children. Has been priceless.”
“That part has been so beautiful,” said Kim. Who spent the pandemic. With her four kids, North, 7. Saint, 5. Chicago, 3. and Psalm, 1, at her home in Calabasas. Will the COVID-19 vaccine rolling out. It seems that the world. Will slowly return to a life-before-the pandemic pace. And when it does. The star hopes that “when we do start to fill our pates back up. I hope that we don’t fill them up. With things that don’t make us happy.”
The “KUWTK” star didn’t bring up her ex-husband, by name, but she wasn’t asked specifically about their stand. Kim filed for divorce. From Kanye on Feb. 19. The pair began dating in 2012 and get married in 2014. There have been some ups and downs in their relationship but after the Summer of 2020, where the rapper went off on numerous Twitter tirades after having a public meltdown. During his one and only presidential campaign rally. And apparently, Kim had enough.