Kim Kardashian agrees Kanye West has the right to stop North from wearing make-up

Los Angeles: Asteroid television athlete Kim Kardashian has stopped arguing with rapper Kanye West over whether her six-year-old daughter North should wear makeup and now admits she was right to say no.

The reality TV star initially called the matter a 'big fight' in their home but said she now agrees with her husband, reports

Appearing in the Australian talk "The Sunday Project", Kim said: "On the make-up thing, I don't think a kid would really have to wear makeup either, you know."

The KKW Beauty girl explained that she talked to friends and family about her disagreement with Kanye, which gave her a better understanding of the dilemma.

"I think sometimes if you don't understand the rule, it's good to know and ask your friends. In my case (I asked) my brothers what they would do," he said.

After chatting with her friends and loved ones, she and her husband Kanye came to an agreement, explaining: "We push ideas around and develop a way of going to our parents and our rules. they must remain aligned. "

The superstar couple welcomed their fourth child, a son named Psalm, through a surrogate in May, joining his brother Saint, three and sisters North, Six and Chicago, both of whom will return in January.