AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian calls Pete Davidson "a cutie." Despite splitting from the "Saturday Night Live" star in August after nine months of dating, the Skims founder still thinks he is "such a good person" and she can't wait to see what the future holds for her former boyfriend.
"He's a cutie. He's literally such a good person, they don't really make them like him anymore. I'm excited for what he has coming up," she told Interview magazine.
The 41-year-old beauty - who has North, nine, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, three, with ex-husband Kanye West - wishes she had more "time" in her days and would love the opportunity to catch up on some sleep.
Kim also joked she wishes her kids didn't need to be "bribed" to do what she wants them to. Asked what she wants but can't have, she said, "Maybe a little bit more sleep. Maybe kids that I don't have to f****** bribe with Pokémon cards. Just ridiculous things. I don't know. Time?"
"The Kardashians" star admitted nothing gets her more stressed than being late. Discussing what makes her most stressed, she said, "I would say anything where I'm late. I hate being late. That's the one thing where I'm just like, 'Oh my god I need my CBD pen.' I'm freaking the f**k out."
Kim is concerned with the way the US has "regressed" and is worried that the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade - a landmark ruling which protected a woman's right to an abortion - will pave the way for further damaging legislation.
She said, "I'm studying civil procedure and criminal procedure right now, so just understanding the process of how Roe v. Wade got overturned - it's fascinating and scary."
"Just seeing how far our country has progressed, to then see it regress - it's really scary to think that gay marriage is in jeopardy. If a court can decide what a woman does with her body, then it also puts having children through surrogacy, and things that I have been through, in jeopardy. I always believed people should live their lives exactly how they want to, so it's really scary to see all of this happening."