Kim Kardashian West spends the day studying for bar examination


Season 17 of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" premieres September 8.

If there's a product that Kim Kardashian sells to make her fortune, it's influence. You might think, then, that someone so familiar with selling her own influence would recognize her power as a role model, but that's not the case.

Even with the new focus on how her influence impacts the world around her, Kardashian expresses no regrets about living her life so openly. It's clear that North has a creative flair and is often pictured wearing outfits she has picked out herself, but after the little girl was photographed with oversized hoop earrings over the weekend, Kim faced criticism from some of her fans.

And as if that wasn't enough, Radar reported Kardashian is losing A-lister friends as well!

"While everyone is probably at a barbecue, I am studying contracts today", she said off-camera in the video. "She doesn't have any actual talent", Perry's pal told Radar.

Kardashian originally announced that she hoped to take the California baby bar (aka the First-Year Law Students' Examination) "sometime this summer".

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The reality TV star didn't let allowing her secret out to upset her because she and husband Kanye West were so "excited" about having a sibling for North, now six, Saint, three, and Chicago, 18 months.

Jenner, 63, jokingly responds, "Yeah, I want to kill myself".

The reality star recently insisted she's not looking to have any more children because she can't "handle" more than four.

In a Q&A on her Instagram Story last week (her first ever, according to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star), Kardashian West replied to a fan who asked if she wanted more kids to add to her family. "She doesn't look like a little girl", added another.

'My solutionwear brand is built with inclusivity and diversity at its core and I'm incredibly proud of what's to come, ' she said.