Recently appearing in Australia’s The Sunday Project, Kim Kardashian was asked if she empathized with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The reality television star replied that everyone has their own path, and their journey is extremely personal with what the late Princess Diana, Prince Harry’s mother experienced and how it affected her life being on the spotlight.
As one of the biggest figureheads of one of the most famous celebrity families in the world, Kardashian-West shared that she empathized with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The media personality explained that she understands Prince Harry and Markle and their struggles with privacy. Kardashian-West added that nobody really can’t understand what the royal couple is going through except for them.
Kardashian-West explained that as they get older and have children, and slowly realize what they want for their children’s future and their safety. The reality television star concluded with Prince Harry and Markle being the perfect example of this, empathizing their need for a safe and secure life that they can go to away from the spotlight and have privacy when they need it.
During the interview, Kardashian-West also shared about her conversations with husband Kanye West and his current spiritual endeavors. In an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, people can see Kanye walking away angrily after Kim argued with him when he told her that it affects him when she dresses too sexy. It was vital of them to show this scene in the reality show that even these high profile couples can have real-world arguments like being in different stages in their lives which is a normal occurrence worldwide.
Regarding other news with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle voiced their gratitude to Sussex supporters for helping them launch a global campaign to plant ten thousand trees. On Twitter, the Sussex Great Forest tweeted their endeavored to have people help the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to plant the said amount of trees in celebration of World Children’s Day.
Prince Harry and Meghan explained that the goal of the campaign was to plant ten thousand trees around the world by donating globally and planting locally.
After only a couple of days, supporters managed to plant over four thousand trees in countries such as Jamaica, South Africa, and Canada who was all in for the royal couple’s initiative.
The Supporters of the Sussex royal couple came up with the idea after Prince Harry’s trip to Africa where he decided to make global conservation as the main priority of his visit.
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