In separate interviews, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reveal very different perspectives on whether or not they want to have more children in the future.
"The richest thing you can have is as many children as possible."
West and Kardashian have four children together, North, 6, Saint, 3, Chicago, 21 months and Psalm, 5 months. Shocked by West's revelation James Corden asks:
"So would you say that you would roll for a fifth?"
"For seven…seven kids…yes," West adamantly replies to Corden.
West admits that with his family life he enjoys staying in and embracing a very normal routine, on typical day, he says:
"We'll eat dinner and we'll play with the kids and then we'll put the kids to bed and then we go to bed. And then my wife watches Dateline [and] I read the Bible."
"Being a mom of four is definitely really hectic but it feels so complete. I'm obsessed with my kids. I'm obsessed with being a mom of four."
In complete contrast to her husband, Kardashian says she is not interested in having more children in the future, Kardashian admits:
"I'm definitely done though and feel four is my limit. I believe that everyone needs so much attention and I need to be available to give it to everyone," she reveals about her future plans.
Leading up to the birth of his second child, Saint West, Kanye West is seen shopping at Trico Field Just For Kids in Soho, on June 1, 2015, in New York City | Source: Getty Images (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)
According to PEOPLE, in the months leading up to the birth of their fourth child, Psalm, a source says Kardashian admitted that she was content with having four children, the source explains the conversations the couple have had in the past saying:
"They've always talked about wanting four kids: two boys and two girls. That's always been the plan."
Leading up to the release of his latest album, "Jesus is King," West admits that his perspective on fame, family and music has changed significantly.
While the couple haven't addressed their differing perspectives, Kardashian says she has been adapting to husband's new rules; such as West banning North from wearing make-up until she is a teenager.