The reality star shares four children with her estranged husband, Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian doesn't plan to expand her family anytime soon. In a Thursday preview of her upcoming appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 40-year-old beauty mogul discussed parenthood and the unexpected pregnancy news of her younger sister, Kylie Jenner.
At one point, DeGeneres asked Kardashian if her family should welcome another set of "triplets" —refering to Chicago West, Stormi Webster and True Thompson, who were all born a few months apart from each other in 2018— to which she agreed.
"Should Khloé [Kardashian] jump in on that? Should she try to have a baby at the same time?", asked the 63-year-old television host, with Kardashian replying: "She should! We should try for another set of triplets. Maybe another sister, I have other sisters. And a brother. Maybe someone should!"
However, the reality star assured fans that her own family feels complete and she doesn't plan to re-open the baby-making factory. "Yeah, I'm done", she added with a laugh. "I have a lot of kids, I'm done."
Kardashian shares four children with her estranged husband Kanye West: 8-year-old daughter North, 5-year-old son Saint, 3-year-old daughter Chicago, and 2-year-old son Psalm. The SKIMS founder filed for divorce from the 44-year-old rapper in February, though the two remained friendly as they co-parent their kids.
Meanwhile, Jenner announced that she was expecting her second child with boyfriend Travis Scott earlier this month —though pregnancy rumors had already been circulating since August.