Kourtney Kardashian knows exactly how to protect her children as they grow in the public eye.
The 40-year-old reality star spoke with Rose Inc. about her experience from being a nobody to being somebody who has more than 87 million Instagram followers. Before she knew it, she has become a household name. She also talked about Poosh, her newest business venture as well as her ever-changing perspective in the field of beauty and wellness. Most importantly, she shared about the “worst” part of raising her children in the public eye.
It’s common for someone who plays a big part in one of the famous reality TV families to ever grace our screen to deal with her fair share of online trolls. The Poosh founder recently posted a few photos of her son Reign Disick who he shares with Scott Disick. Somebody commented on her post specifically about her son’s hair. According to the commenter, Kourtney really needed to cut Reign’s hair. The mother of three said that he is a happy boy and that the commenter doesn’t need to worry about other people’s children.
According to her, she may respond every now and then to a negative comment just for fun or if it really bothers her then she would correct it. However, she admitted not thinking twice because no matter what she does, someone will always speak up, good or bad. But the worst is having people give her unsolicited parenting advice.
But this isn’t the first time that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was attacked by mommy shamers online. One time, she posted a picture of herself in a yacht while vacationing in Italy with her children. Her caption read that she just finished her daily basket of focaccia. To this, someone posted a question asking her where her children are. Kourtney answered by saying that her son was taking the photo and the two other children were seated across from her. She finished it by saying thanks for your concern.- Advertisement -
When asked what is something she will never apologize for, she answered it has to be kissing her kids on the lips. She said she knows her kids better than anybody else.