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Kim Kardashian 'Could Do 2 More' Kids, But Will She?

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By Alyssa McCraw

Kim Kardashian has admitted that she wouldn't be able to 'keep up' with more children. (See what we did there?)

The middle-of-three Kardashian daughters recently sat down with family attorney Laura Wasser as a part of her "All's Fair" podcast to catch up a few topics they have in common: motherhood and the law. Kimmy is already juggling four young children, all the while actively running multiple businesses, shooting Keeping Up With The Kardashians, AND attending college to prepare for a new career as an attorney.

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Kim Kardashian speaking at the White House as a guest of President Donald Trump.
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The multi-hyphenate reality-star-slash-beauty-mogul-slash-mother-of-four-slash-aspiring-lawyer spoke candidly during the podcast's episode about the fact that she is most likely not going to bring more children into the world.

“I just can’t do more because I really want to go to school and I really want to do all of this stuff," Kim said. “And I do believe that it’s just, like…" She trailed off in thought, trying to present all possibilities. Although Kardashian said she "could do two more," she added that she'd "have to go through IVF."

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian-West.
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Kim also revealed that age has also been a deciding factor in the matter.

"I'm going to turn 40," she added. "I don't want to be an old mom." Kim's sentiments were agreed upon by Wasser, who, at 51, is a single mother of two young boys. Although Kim is far from being a single mom (she's been married to rapper Kanye West for almost six years), there's no amount of money or celebrity that can make any level hands-on parenting easy.

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and North West.
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Their first child, daughter North West, was born in 2013. Their first son, Saint West, was born at the end of 2015. Kim and Kanye opted for surrogate pregnancies to bring about their third and fourth children - daughter Chicago West was born in early 2018, and son Psalm West was born in mid 2019.

True Thompson Kardashian fans know that another reason the couple chose surrogacy was due to Kim's complications during her previous two natural pregnancies. But let's make it clear - no matter what one's views on the Kardashians may be, no one can rightfully say that these hardships were made up for the sake of drama.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
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Besides the raw, emotional coverage on her family's reality show, Kim underwent about five different surgeries in the year-and-a-half following the birth of her first two kiddos.

On an interesting (yet funny) note, both Kim and Kanye gave conflicting messages on their family extension plans last fall during interviews that were held just one week apart. When Kim appeared on The Real on November 5th, she said there was "not a chance" that she'd have more children. It was just a week prior on October 28th that husband Kanye told James Corden that he wanted "seven kids" during an episode of Carpool Karaoke.

No matter what happens, all of this still begs the question: If Kim and Kanye got their own spinoff show one day, what would it be called? We're secretly hoping for "Wild, Wild Wests."

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