Kim Kardashian West recently revealed that her three-year-old daughter North West is still struggling to accept herself being an older sister.
In a recent interview, the 35-year-old reality star said, “We talk about North being a big sister all all the time. Right now, because she’s three, it’s time to talk a lot about sharing. And North is great at sharing,” Channel.24 reports.
“She’s still getting the concept of having a brother, though. Like, Penelope and Reign are her cousins, but Saint is here every day because Saint is her brother,” she added.
The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star also revealed that she is trying her best to bring her two children, North and Saint close to one another.
“I like to bring her (North) in to say ‘Good morning’ She still wants things to be all about her, because she’s three! But planting that seed every morning that the day starts with you and your brother, that’s how I’ve been doing it. And she’s getting so much better,” she said.
Adding on to this, she said that she really can’t wait until her two kids start communicating.
Kardashian welcomed her seven-month-old son Saint last year with her husband Kanye West.