Reality TV star,Kim Kardashian says she’s always trying to take the high road in her co-parenting relationship with ex Kanye West.
The 41-year-old mum of four stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week Wednesday to record an interview, which will air on April 13.
After discussing her romance with ‘Saturday Night Live’ comedian Pete Davidson in a previous sneak peek clip, Kim addresses her ongoing struggles with Kanye’
“I always saw such a good example in my mom and my dad and their relationship, so I’m always just hopeful,” Kim says of her mom, Kris Jenner, and late father, Robert Kardashian, who divorced in 1991 after having four kids together.
“No matter what goes on, that’s the father of my kids, I’ll always be protective, I’ll always want my kids to just see the best of the best.”
It’s been very tensfew months for Kim and her current boyfriend, Pete, who have been the subject of Kanye’s online attacks.
“As hard as it can be sometimes, I try to ignore it, and try to do whatever’s best for the kids. Take the high road!” Kim expressed.
She added that she views some of her obstacles as “lessons,” saying she likes to “learn, move on, and be a good person.”
“I used to care so much about narratives and what’s true and what’s not true on anything, on any subject. I just live my life the way that I think is right and the way that I feel is right in my soul and just push forward and do the best that I can,” she shared.
A source close to Kanye told ET that Kanye is looking to put a formal custody agreement in place for his and Kim’s four children.
“Kanye has told his lawyer he wants a more formal custody agreement with Kim. The two currently have nothing in place, but Kim has the kids, and Kanye is allowed to see them whenever he wants, within reason,” the source said.
“Kanye feels he’s not been getting enough time with his children and if his lawyer can’t work something out with Kim will go to court.”
The news comes after Kanye was suspended on Thursday, March 17, from posting on Instagram for 24 hours following a series of posts that Meta, the parent company of Instagram, deemed violated its policies on hate speech, harassment and bullying.