Kim Kardashian would rather be at home with her family than working.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who has 12-month-old daughter North with husband Kanye West - admits settling down has made her ''totally re-prioritise'' her life and her career will now always come second.
She said: ''You know, now that I'm married. I would so much rather spend time with my husband, my family, and my baby, than run around the world working for other people.''
The 33-year-old beauty found it particularly ''tough'' going out to work soon after her daughter was born, but is always happy when she motivates herself to do so as she feels ''good'' once she is embroiled in a project.
She added to CNBC: ''It could get tough after you have a baby. There [have been] so many times when I just didn't wanted to get up and work on something.
''I just wanted to be home with my baby, but for me, I think I can speak for my sisters, it makes us feel good when we are out working.''
Kim claims she and her sisters have learned a lot about juggling their personal and professional lives from their mother and manager Kris Jenner.
She said: ''My mom kind of taught us girls we could have it all. You know, she works hard. She taught us that if you work hard, it's just all about prioritising.''
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