Kourtney Kardashian has spoken about her relationship with her sisters and which one is hailed as her favourite.
The 40-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has revealed all her siblings bring something different, especially as she launched her new lifestyle website called POOSH.
The reality star admitted that she’s had to lean on her siblings for support, whether it is for business ventures or over her personal life.
Speaking to People ahead of appearing at an empowering women entrepreneurs event in San Francisco over the weekend, Kourtney revealed who her favourite sister is and how that ‘position’ might change every 24 hours.
The mother-of-three said: “[My favorite sister] changes every day. Today it’s Khloe. Yesterday it was not Khloe.
“Yesterday it was Kim.”
Kim had recently written an intimate personal story for POOSH, in which she detailed her battle with psoriasis and tips on how she deals with it.
Speaking about her sisters, Kourtney said: “It’s knowing that we are there for each other.
“It’s just that kind of unconditional support that you can’t find everywhere. I think we all respect what the other have done and we are always here for each other.”
Kourtney has now found though that she has the confidence to maybe try and make it on her own amidst speculation that she may be quitting the family’s hit reality show.
The launch party for POOSH coincided with her sisters otherwise occupied with photo shoots and the Emmy Awards and Kourtney was forced to go it alone.
She said: “I think doing such a successful event [with just my mom] made me stronger. It made me think, you know, that I could do it on my own.
“What feels authentic to me for a launch feels different to Kim, feels different to Kylie. So it’s nice to just have our own approaches.”
Kourtney has hailed her ‘all-women team’ behind POOSH and enthused: “I feel like it was a big thing for me to only take on something my heart and soul was really in.”
Describing how it works behind-the-scenes, Kourtney said: “We have our meetings and it is all women, including two of my best friends from high school.
“I just find that very empowering and it’s also a place where you find understanding. It may be something to do with out kids, or things we are doing, it’s just nice to be able to talk about that at work.”
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