Kim Kardashian talks about family life, becoming a lawyer, and testing positive for lupus antibodies during an appearance on Tuesday’s “Today Show”.
Sunday’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” saw the star get some tests done after having symptoms like fevers, rashes, mouth sores, and joint swelling.
She then got emotional after learning she had rheumatoid arthritis and lupus antibodies.
Kardashian said on “Today”: “I was able to find an amazing doctor. We figured out what the problem is, and I, unfortunately, had to get put on medication to stop the symptoms… luckily, right now everything is under control, but autoimmune issues are really scary.
“Before I knew what it was… you think of every worst possibility of what’s going to happen. You really do get into this depression for a minute, I got myself out of it but it was really scary to have to go through that.”
Talking about studying law, Kardashian then said: “I took a test a week ago and my attorneys who are overseeing everything said, ‘If I wasn’t sitting here watching you take this test, I would have totally thought you cheated.’ I love it.
“I’m so passionate about it, and it’s what I do all the time.”
Kardashian was also asked about her four kids, insisting they’re all “extremely normal.”
“I think especially having a lot of cousins and a lot of best friends, they have a really good group of friends, a support team.
“My kids are so extremely normal under the circumstances and that makes me really happy.”