Kim Kardashian Shows Off Post-Baby Body with Kanye West, Reveals She Loves Her Privacy

Kim Kardashian and family are putting up a united front in light of Kanye West claiming that Bill Cosby is innocent from the alleged sexual assault claims from over 35 women.

The 35-year-old, who gave birth to her and West’s second child Saint back in early December 2015, stepped out wearing a skintight bodysuit with BFF and self-proclaimed “Dean of pop cultureJonathan Cheban, Caitlyn Jenner, and Kourtney Kardashian in New York city last night (Feb. 9).

West, Kardashian and North were spotted arriving at the rapper’s listening party at Electric Lady Studios ahead of his new album’s release tomorrow (Feb. 11). After much back and forth, West has still yet to reveal the name, instead telling fans the album’s acronym: “T.L.O.P.”.

Whoever guesses the name right gets Yeezy sneakers and tickets to his fashion show as a prize.

Earlier this morning (Feb. 10), Kim called out The Daily Mail for saying she was on a “diet exile.” She clarified that it was just “maternity leave” during a Twitter “rant.”


And then…

She is also on the cover of the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of The Editorialist:

Kim told the mag that one of the biggest misconceptions about her and her family is that they don’t like their privacy.

The biggest misconception about our family is that we don’t allow privacy and that we don’t have any [privacy]. That’s just completely wrong. My mornings are so important to me so I can get [North] up. I work during the day, and hopefully I’m there to put her down at night, which is most of the time. I like to have a really good balance between filming and sharing information on our apps…and balancing it all.

As for living in the spotlight, Kim says she cooled it down a bit after her divorce from Kris Humphries.

I would say I’m a really realistic person. At the beginning of my career, [the press] made me—or maybe not ‘made me’ but was such a big part of my career. And then, I feel like when I got a divorce, it kind of turned on me, and the people I would do interviews with, who I thought were my friends, just did not understand me. And so it was all of these made-up stories, and this whole story line like a soap opera [started to form]…I saw that happening, and it really took a toll on me. I’m strong. I can handle it. But I took some time off.

[Looking] back now, it was great for me. I learned how to live a more private life. It’s also hard, you know. My husband lives really a more private life, and I…don’t. So it’s the combination of figuring it out—he’s really opened up, which has been great, and I’ve closed off and learned how to just take our alone time with him. And I’ve never really done that before, take time for myself.

She also spoke about North, and how she wants her daughter to grow up as normal as possible.

When North was born, I used to pray, ‘Can she handle this life?’ Because it’s a lot to come into, a family that has the spotlight on them, and it’s very public. But I really believe people come into our lives, and they choose us, and she knows what her life is going to be. I value my relationship with her so much. I want to become best friends with her to the [point that] she can ask me anything. My hope for her is that she is just really kind to people and grows up as normal as possible within all of the chaos.

Read more from her interview at E! news.

Check out the gallery above to see Kim’s bodysuit.