- Kourtney Kardashian made clear her comments about letting her kids eat French fries.
- In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, she said her son asked her for McDonald’s fries and she refused.
- Kardashian later told Vogue that her family eats French fries, but avoids McDonald’s.
Kourtney Kardashian-Parker has responded to the controversy over giving her children McDonald’s french fries, after she told the Wall Street Journal that she told her son he couldn’t eat.
in a new way Vogue interviewKardashian-Parker called the enthusiasm about her comments “disturbing,” saying her family makes French fries at home and doesn’t completely deprive her children of them.
“We’re a French fry-loving family, to be clear,” Kardashian-Parker told Vogue. “We love french fries; we go to restaurants that serve french fries. Only McDonald’s specifically. I like to avoid fast food when we can.”
In the Wall Street Journal interview published on September 12Kardashian-Parker said her son ordered her McDonald’s french fries when they were spending time apart, saying he told her it had been “a year” since he last ate them. While a Will in the magazine story described the son in question as 12-year-old Mason from Kardashian Parker, she explained to Vogue that it was 7-year-old Ren who ordered the fries.
Kardashian-Parker said that the media fervor about hanging out the French fries was part of the reason she didn’t like the press.
She told Vogue, referring to her husband Travis Parker, “I was walking with Travis today and I was like, ‘This is so annoying; That’s why I don’t like doing interviews.” “Other outlets just wrap it up and turn it into something else.”
In the original interview for the Wall Street Journal, Kardashian Parker said that Mason was born when she began her “wellness journey.” Now in addition to it Brand PooshIt’s launching a line of nutritional supplements called Lemme.