Kim Kardashian West is trying her best to motivate all her fans to stay home and be safe as the world deals with the crisis of Coronavirus. She often shares videos on social media talking about how she is spending her time at home in self-isolation along with her kids and husband. However, a recent video of her talking about social distancing turned out to be a hilarious one, courtesy daughter North West. While Kim tried to have a serious conversation with her fans, her daughter North made her chuckle on several occasions.
In the video, Kim addresses the people of California and says that the state has the best weather and people would want to step out. However, they should avoid doing so. She starts with, "Hi everyone in California, it’s Kim Kardashian West, and I just wanted to talk to you," and gets interrupted by North, whom we can't see in the video. "And North West!" says the little one and Kim gives her a look. The reality star then goes on to say. “I just wanted to have a serious conversation with you guys about social distancing. I know it’s California and we’ve got the most beautiful weather, but we have to start to train ourselves."
Kim is again interrupted by North as she whispers "I went out". Clarifying what she said, Kim says, "You went outside to your backyard and that’s totally fine." Kim then goes on to talk about how even she feels like stepping out and meeting friends, but she is rather at home enjoying her time with her kids. North took this opportunity to roast her mother as she said, "You should be more busy of your kids, not your friends." Kim brushed it off saying, "Facts". LOL. Watch the video below:
Kim sure has a good amount of entertainment at home. (Also Read: Days After Kim Kardashian Slapped Sis Kourtney, She Shares Childhood Pic With Kourt Looking Almost Unrecognisable)
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