Reality star, beauty guru, and SKIMS creator Kim Kardashian West believes her youngest son, 8-month-old Psalm West is her late father, Robert Kardashian Sr., reincarnated.
In a new interview with E! News, the mom of four called Psalm “probably the happiest baby alive. He’s always smiling, always happy.” She also reflected back to a moment in her life when she interacted with a blind medium from Bali.
Kim Kardashian West Thinks Her Son Is Her Late Father Reincarnated
As Kardashian West explained in her interview, the medium told her that she “was gonna have another son and that it was gonna be my father reincarnated.” At the time she met with the medium, nobody, not even the crew, knew “I had a surrogate that was pregnant with a boy.”
And while she didn’t believe in reincarnation at first, Kardashian West admitted that enough has happened since Psalm’s birth that she’s starting to think maybe the medium was right. She recalled one specific story while talking with E! News:
“My baby nurse, I had to go out of town and I really needed her to come in,” she shared. “But she had a baby shower that she had to go to. And I said, ‘It’s okay, you can bring my son to the baby shower, if that’s okay with you.’ I really needed the help. She brings him to a baby shower, and a woman comes up to her and said, ‘Is this your son?’ And she said, ‘No, no, no, I’m just watching him.’ And she said, ‘Well, I just have to tell you, please tell their mom this is a family member of hers reincarnated.'”
Kardashian West continued, “Multiple people that had no idea that was my nanny or anything have come up to my baby to say that he’s a family member reincarnated. So my whole family, all the time, thinks it’s my dad and is just so emotional and close to him.”
Psalm is even left-handed like his late grandfather, she said, adding, that when he completed their family in May, his presence also brought peace between his two oldest siblings, North and Saint. “So, all these things happen. I don’t even know if I believe in reincarnation, but I do now. But I want to believe it!”
This article was originally published on Mamas Uncut and can be found here.