Kim Kardashian Reveals Kanye West Is Desperate To Have More Children

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"How do you keep getting lucky with all your kids?"

She and her husband, Kanye West, have three children (North, Saint, and Chicago), and Kim said that Kanye wants more, seven to be exact.

And he has said so many times, even on SNL, but I don't know if it was on because it was at the end, 'I do not agree with all of the policies. "He's like stuck on seven". "Seven kids is insane!" "I could never, especially in like the world we live in", she began. "Thinking about how my kids will survive in a insane world like this" keeps her up at night, she said.

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star appeared on Saturday's episode of "The Messy Truth With Van Jones" and defended her husband's right to voice an opinion, though admitted he needs to improve his communication skills.

She goes on to state how lately there have been so many devastating school shootings with the most recent being in Parkland, Florida earlier this spring.

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Kardashian chose to use a surrogate for her second daughter, Chicago, born in January, to avoid another high-risk pregnancy.

"As a parent, in general, the thought of bringing your kid to a school and having them not come home because of a senseless shooting is definitely something that consumes me a lot", Kim said.

SOPA Images via Getty Images Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and daughter North attend the March For Our Lives. "It's like every day there's something so traumatizing that just makes you not feel safe". Kim was so inspired that Kanye might get his wish. "And I hope that she just remembers that she was a part of something positive that was happening to change the world for the better".

"[Marcus Hyde] you are so strong and we believe in you", she wrote on Instagram.

"I knew hearing these kids speak was going to be hard and really emotional, but I didn't know it was going to be so inspiring", she said.

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