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Kim Kardashian Says She & Kanye West Are ‘Trying’ For A New Baby -- It’s ‘All In God’s Hands’

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Sep. 15 2014, Published 8:50 a.m. ET

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As she made her way through the Australian media rounds Monday, Kim Kardashian opened up about her marriage to superstar rapper Kanye West, their plans to have a second child, and how she’s become more comfortable as a fierce fashionista over time.

Asked about how she’s adapted to being a parent, she told Australia’s TODAY that motherhood “has changed me so much.

“Just everything has been put into perspective and nothing really matters more than spending time with your family and only doing the things that are really important to you.”

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Asked if she plans on having more kids with West — the couple have an adorable 1-year-old girl, North — she said, “We're trying … I guess it’s, like, all in God's hands.”

The socialite said traveling through Australia with her husband (as he takes the stage in support of his Yeezus album) has made “for the best tour, so far.

“It's so fascinating to see him up on stage, and it's so powerful to watch him perform,” she said, adding that she tries to make every show he puts on.


As the chat turned to her penchant for fashion — she was on to promote her Kardashian Kollection line — she admitted that getting panned by fashion pundits “used to bug” her, but she’s become more confident over time.

She specifically brought up the floral dress she wore at the 2013 Met Gala, which many were critical of at the time.

“I loved it, and I thought it was so cool, but it got a lot of criticism really and I didn't care for that because I loved it,” she said. “If I really have passion for something, I don't care about the criticism.”



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