Kourtney Kardashian Covers GQ Mexico’s December / January Issue


Kourtney Kardashian Covers GQ Mexico

 

A few excerpts from the GQ Mexico article:

On Motherhood:

“To me, being a mom is what’s most important, because it’s what makes up my heart.”

On her pregnancy photoshoot in 2015, “A pregnant body is beautiful. I’ve always enjoyed my pregnancies, it’s a wonderful feeling, and that’s what I wanted to portray.”

“I make an effort to have private time as a family at home. I treasure our bedtime routine immensely and our mornings are just us, most of the time. I realized that my kids feed off of my energy. Sometimes, as parents, we forget our children are watching us closely and that they can be really affected by our behavior. This is why it’s important to have a positive attitude, this benefits my kids a whole lot.”

On Entertainment:

“To me, being a true role model is being as transparent as possible because the world deserves honesty in a day and age where we’re all smoke and mirrors through social media. Showing the younger generation that we’re not perfect, and that it’s how you overcome your obstacles that is important. I am certainly living my life for me and trying to be the best mom, sister, baby mama, daughter, friend that I can be. The truth of the world, is that there is suffering, but becoming stronger through our experiences is empowering”.

“There are times when I do care about what people say and others when I really don’t. I have to constantly exercise my self-confidence and remind myself that negative comments come from people who don’t really know me at all and who aren’t in my place.”

On Beauty:

“I have been working alongside the Environmental Working Group to change beauty and personal care product laws and keep us safe.”

“Women have become stronger and more powerful. This movement that’s going on about celebrating your body helps people love themselves as they are, instead of trying to be something different. When I was in high school, I remember everyone wanting to be skinny, that used to be what one had to be, period. Now, in Kylie and Kendall’s generation, there’s much more acceptance.”

On Family:

“My sisters and I have our own personalities, we’re definitely critical of each other, but those criticisms always come from a place of unconditional love. Besides, we know that we all have different ways of doing things and of viewing life.”

On Relationships:

On what kind of man she wants by her side, she says that “it’s important that he’s confident in himself, that he knows who he is so that he doesn’t have to be proving anything to anyone. He should also be understanding, and accepting of who I am. It won’t work without this.”

 

Checkout the full article on GQ Mexico:  https://www.gq.com.mx

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