Another appearance on a major magazine cover for Kim Kardashian! But instead of talking about the usual make-up release for KKW Beauty, SKIMS fabrics, or her ongoing journey to becoming a lawyer, Kim Kardashian got a bit more personal and opened up about some difficult conversations she has with her eldest daughter, North West, 8.

In a new interview with i-D Magazine, Kardashian revealed that her daughter loves to match, but that Kardashian has had to navigate what is appropriate and what isn't.

North West loves to match with Mom

The innocence of youth is strong in little North West! The eldest of four loves fashion and has had fun sharing that passion with her mom. But Kardashian says that it isn't always easy, and has received some major backlash in cultural appropriation accusations in regards to certain hairstyles.

Kim Kardashian Talks Cultural Appropriation Accusations With Daughter North

While Kardashian remains adamant that she "would never do anything to appropriate any culture", she still wants to honour her bi-racial children's culture and doesn't want to disappoint North when she asks to match with her mom.

"Honestly, a lot of the time it comes from my daughter asking us to do matching hair," Kardashian said, referring to the backlash she received when she arrived on a red carpet wearing cornrows and various other braiding hairstyles. 

She revealed that she has had to have some hard conversations with her daughter about race, saying that "I've had these conversations with her that are like, 'Hey, maybe this hairstyle would be better on you and not on me'. But I also want her to feel that I can do a hairstyle with her and not make it that big of a deal either if that's something that she's really asking for, and really wants."

Kardashian, who is half Armenian, also notes that some styles are wrongly regarded as appropriation, saying that her heritage also braids hair.

"But then there's also a history of braiding hair in Armenia, and people forget that I am Armenian as well," she said. Kardashian went on to say that while it's not great to have backlash, it did offer her opportunities to learn. 

"I've definitely learned over time, and I've tried to pass that culture of learning onto my kids too. I hope we're just enjoying life, and helping other people," she said.