Kim Kardashian has stopped arguing with her husband Kanye West about whether their six-year-old daughter North should wear make-up.
The reality TV star originally called the topic a "big fight" in their household but has now confessed that she agrees with the Life of Pablo rapper and accepts his objection to their child wearing cosmetics.
Appearing on Australian talk show The Sunday Project this weekend, Kim said of the issue: "About the make-up thing, I don't think a kid should really be wearing make-up either, you know."
The KKW Beauty mogul went on to explain how she spoke with friends and family about the disagreement with Kanye, who gave her a better understanding of the dilemma.
"I think sometimes if you don't understand a rule, it is good to learn and ask your friends. In my case (I asked) my siblings what they would do," the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star admitted.
After the chat with her pals and loved ones, she and Kanye came to an agreement, as she explained: "(We) bounce ideas around and develop a way that we're going to parent and rules that we have. And we always have to stay aligned."
The 39-year-old previously shared that Kanye wanted to block North from using any make-up until she's a teenager.
"It's a big discussion, a big fight in the household right now but it is what's best," she told E! News in October. "I think as a parent you just learn and figure it out as you go, and we realised we didn't really want her to wear make-up at a young age but she sees her mum putting on lipstick and lip gloss."
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