Kim Kardashian says North West is a "full goth"

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Photo credit: Instagram/Kim Kardashian
Photo credit: Instagram/Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian just opened up about daughter North West's current interests, saying her eldest child is a "full goth." This is amazing.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shares four children with rapper Kanye West - North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3 and Psalm, 2.

In a new interview with Ellen DeGeneres (via MailOnline), the 40-year-old touched on how they were all doing, adding that North is a big fan of temporary tattoos and heavy rock music. You do you, girl.

"North is, like, goth," Kim said. "She's into Hot Topic and she puts fake tattoos on her face. She listens to Black Sabbath! She's just like a full goth girl."

As for her other three children, Kim continued, "[Chicago] is my girliest girl that loves pink and purple and makeup," Kim shared. "All my kids are so different.

"Saint is like video game, tech wiz — like, amazing. And Psalm is really into Paw Patrol and Cars. Like, every kid is so different. But Chi-Chi is my little princess. Anything princess, anything girly girl—that's her."

One thing North isn't yet a fan of though, is having siblings. "North, I thought she was gonna grow out of this like, 'I want to be an only child' phase," Kim shared.

"She hasn't. It's a struggle even to go to school. There'll be times when she's like, 'I'm not riding in the car with my brother.' So morning drop-off has to be a fun thing, and luckily, so many of our friends and cousins, they all live in the same neighbourhood, so I'm the carpool mum."

Sounds full-on, Kim!

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