Kim Noel Kardashian West has outlined a working plan morning routine for herself and her kids.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has been truly keeping up with a lot of things lately.
With a massive following of over 150 million followers on Instagram, life as a reality T.V. superstar, the mom of four also manages her million-dollar business empire.
On the beloved morning show, Good Morning America, Kim K, asked what her morning routine was like being a mother of four; she meticulously gave out the details of how her mornings went as every minute had its schedule.
Responding to the question of whether breakfast time is chaotic at the house, the model replied:
"Yeah well it's chaotic, but I'm getting micromanaged, so I get up at like 05:40, in the gym by 06:00, done, you know 07:00 they wake up like 07:05, breakfast at 07:30."
The audience was stunned at the very mature version of the celebrity. The Wife of Kanye didn't stop there; she shared an account of when her daughter Chicago fell from a chair, sustaining a face injury that ended up with stitches and a big scar.
Mrs. West noted that stuff happens, so you've got to deal with it. Redbook noted Kim to be very strict about sleep time and schedules.
She also talked about her involvement with the criminal justice reforms. Kim had joined in because she put herself in Alice Marie Johnson's shoes, a senior citizen who was in jail for doing drugs.
but after Kim's meeting with the president, Trump had Alice's sentence commuted to probation.
On the 13th of June 2019, the famed reality T.V personality cum activist attended a criminal justice reform at the White House. After President Donald Trump introduced her, he referred to her as a great friend.
Kardashian West thanked Mr. President before she narrated how she'd be active in advocating for former inmates. She sometimes busted prisons to effect this.
She had earlier met with America's First man the previous year to talk about the prison reform system, also seeking leniency for Alice Johnson.
The 63-year-old grandmother, Johnson, was serving a life sentence on drug charges, but after Kim's meeting with the president, Trump had Alice's sentence commuted to probation.
Since that day, West always contacted Jared Kusher, the leader of the White House's efforts on prison reform. Coming back to the Oval Office in September 2018, she sought clemency for Chris Young, a nonviolent drug offender.
Kim revealed in April 2019 that after reading tort law books, she'd enrolled in a four-year apprenticeship and would take her examinations in 2022.