In a new interview with GQ, the SKIMS mogul, 43, revealed that her daughter North, 10, takes advantage of people she knows visiting her lemonade stand and will charge them more than ten times the amount of average customers.
“She gets a huge pitcher and fills it, puts it in her wagon and goes down to the corner,” Kardashian told the magazine. “She has a table and chairs and fans to keep herself cool. She makes signs. She stays there hours and hours. Her friends help, so she splits the money with them.”
“If a random person stops, she will charge them only $2,” Kardashian continued. “If she knows you, she will fully scam you. I’ll get calls from my friends saying she charged them $20 for a lemonade. She’ll grab their $20 and say, ‘I don’t have any change.’”
Back in 2021, North and cousin Penelope Disick set up a lemonade stand together. Scott and Kim’s younger sister Khloé Kardashian documented the cousin’s business venture on their respective Instagram accounts, with Khloé revealing that the duo was selling their lemonade for $3 a glass.
In the interview, Kim opened up on how she tries her best to give her children Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and son Psalm, 4, an ordinary childhood despite her fame.
“I try to have my kids be as normal as possible and live in a neighborhood where they can ride bikes to their cousins’ houses,” she said. “I understand that it is not a normal life. We’re never going to have a normal family life no matter what. As a parent, I want to protect them as much as I can.”
Kim also let many in on how she parents her children with ex-husband Kanye West.
“Ultimately, what matters is that kids feel loved and heard. You want to be sensitive because they’re just kids, and it’s hard to go through no matter what age.”
“You have to make sure that you only go to a level that they can understand. It’s okay to show a vulnerable side. You never go to a negative side.”