Kim Kardashian West reveals she was ‘shocked’ with North’s reaction to baby sister Saint

Kim Kardashian West has revealed that she is 'shocked' with how North is adapting to having a baby sister.

The mum-of-three welcomed her third child via surrogate back in January with husband Kanye West.

Now the reality TV star has opened up about how the newest member of the Kardashian-West family has been received, saying that she was surprised with how ‘nice’ big sister North is being towards little Chicago.

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‘They love her’, Kim said about North and Saint in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. ‘I’m so shocked that North is so nice and she’s still… it’s her world and she’s the sweetest, but it’s more like she and Saint have a thing. She’s very warm with her sister.’

Kim also admitted that before Chicago arrived, she was more worried about how Saint would react to his little sister, but it seems he’s embraced the role of big brother.

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‘I was more worried about him, that he would be more jealous, [like] how North was with Saint’, she said. ‘But he’s so good with her. Every day he has to give kisses and hugs. Literally, as I was walking in, [I was looking] on my phone at the video Kanye sent me with the kids trying to climb into her crib.’

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also admitted that the whole process has been very different to when she welcomed North and Saint, as she didn’t carry the baby herself.

‘It really is a game-changer, not having to breastfeed and get back into shape. I mean, I was so proud of myself that I did that [with the first two], but I do feel like my house is so full. But in the best way. It’s amazingly full’, she said.

Kim, who married rapper and fashion designer Kanye West in May 2014, recently opened up about the possibility of having more children.

In an interview with Elle magazine, she said: ‘I’ve gotta live for a second. I mean, if it were up to my husband, we’d have like, seven, but, you know, it’s a lot.

‘It might change, I don’t know. Maybe four is all I can handle. Maybe three is all I can handle.’

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