Kim Kardashian's 'Typical Day' Has a Few Seriously Insane Twists

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If you've been wondering what a day in the life of Kim Kardashian would be like, wonder no more. In a recent interview with Harper's Bazaar, the reality star laid out her entire day from start to finish. And, while some parts of it are very "typical mom," others are the furthest thing from.

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Like some moms, Kim starts her day off with exercise. She told the mag that, after talking with Kanye, who's "right next to her," she typically goes for a run. When she gets back, at around 8ish, she eats breakfast and then goes and grabs her daughter North when she wakes up. To those of you without kids, this may not sound too crazy, but to those of you with kids: How much would you pay for a child who sleeps past 8:00? That's incredible! Kim is a lucky lady.

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Other than North's amazing wake-up time, Kim's other massive perk is the fact that she has a chef who "comes in the morning and cooks breakfast for [her and Kanye] and gets [their] meal plans together for the day." How heavenly does that sound? Having a personal chef whip you up something tasty for breakfast and then getting together yummy, healthy meals for the rest of the day. That's huge that Kim doesn't have to worry about cooking. Most moms would kill for that, too!

Over all, it doesn't sound like Kim's typical days are super out of the ordinary. She showers, hangs out with her family, and usually is in bed around 10. "I go to bed around 10, 11 at the latest," she said. "I always fall right to sleep. I'm usually so tired, I just pass out." And, of course, the fact that Kim passes right out isn't all that surprising either. I mean, if you know your toddler's going to sleep until almost 9 and you don't have to worry about cooking the next day, most other people would too!

It must be nice, Kim!

Are you jealous of Kim?

 

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