Kim Kardashian "would have a million" kids if she could, but the reality star said her first pregnancy with 7-month-old North West was pretty rough.
"I wouldn't really wish that upon anyone. Anyone," she said in an interview airing today on " The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "It's all worth it in the end, so I would definitely suffer through that. But pregnancy was not a good experience for me. At all."
She even joked after DeGeneres mentioned women who say pregnancy is a beautiful thing. "They are lying, they are lying to you," Kardashian said. "I had a few medical issues, so it was really tough and I gained a lot of weight … it was just really hard mentally on me."
Kardashian, 33, even had pre-eclampsia, a condition in which women develop high blood pressure.
But even with the hardship of her first pregnancy, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star still wants more children.
"I always wanted about six. After having her, I would have a million," she said.
Kardashian also took the time with DeGeneres to gush about how wonderful fiancé Kanye West is with North.
"I send him a picture and video every day," she said of West. "And he's like, 'She grew up so much,' and I'm like, 'Babe, it's been one day. You haven't seen her in a day. Not a lot has changed.' But he really is a hands-on dad."
But there's one thing the rapper and aspiring fashion mogul won't do, Kardashian said.
"He's not a diaper kind of guy," she said, "and that's OK."