Kim Kardashian has added to her already busy schedule by dedicating herself to her law studies. While her legal ambitions are admirable, Kardashian is starting to think she might have bitten off more than she can chew. But, like any supportive husband, Kanye West assured her that with a little time management, she'll be able to handle being a mom, a mogul, and a lawyer.
In a clip from the upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim reveals that the stress caused by their growing family and her new career path is weighing on her.
"I don't know what to do," Kim admits after making it through a 14-hour-day. "How am I gonna have another kid? How am I gonna study? How am I gonna read? How am I gonna do this all?"
As someone with their hands in multiple business ventures, Ye knows a thing or two about scheduling, and offers his wife some advice on time management.
"I think you could get in control of your schedule," Ye responds. "You just gotta like, sit back and analyze. Like, what are your distractions? Once you manage your time, you'll be able to manage your time to be able to give attention to me, attention to the kids and attention to law that you're passionate about."
In addition to displaying his confidence in his wife, Kanye took this opportunity to make an optimistic joke about his current legal situation.
"Maybe you can find some to get me out of my f**ked up deals," Ye joked. "My wife a lawyer now! Bet you I get out this contract, you know what I’m saying?"
"I know you can’t wait until then, but in four years, I can go to court for you," Kardashian replied.
She also opened up about how much her husband's support has meant to her over the years. "From day one, Kanye has always been someone in my life who has always pushed me to do what I want to do no matter what the rules are, no matter what people say, so the fact that he is supporting me in this journey, knowing that for the next four years it would take time away from him and our kids, means a lot to me and gives me the confidence that I really need and that like, extra push of someone around me to be like, ‘I know you can do it! Like, you’ve got this,'" she said.