Kim Kardashian has admitted that Kanye West is off his meds, and his "uninhibited" personality is shining through.
Unfortunately, that means making unilateral decisions for his family -- even ones that Kim does not agree with.
The latest is banning North from doing something normal and harmless. What's next?
"You know, she loves makeup," Kim acknowledges in the interview clip that we have included.
"But," she admits. "Her dad won't let her wear it."
"So," Kim continues, trying to turn Kanye's weird control issues into a positive. "He loves that it's, like, a sheer-ish gloss that she can wear."
"And she likes to play with it," she adds.
"And she likes to now give makeovers," Kim reveals. "So she loves the colors."
"There's, like, these beautiful purple shimmers," Kim details. "They're very, like, glitzy, shimmery, warm, rich palette."
"And she has these beautiful jewel tones," she adds. "And she's loving it."
E! News' interviewer then asks if Kim agrees or if she's just letting her husband make weird unilateral rules and blindly supporting him.
"I think he had it," Kim answers.
She adds: "He changed all the rules."
"I'd let her wear, you know, she has a little red for Christmas, I'd let her wear a red lip," Kim recalls.
She is referring to her huge Kardashian Christmas Eve party last year, which was the talk of the town after she snatched the event from Kris.
"Or I'd let her do one pop of something. I'd let her, if she's wearing a black dress, a black lip," Kim says.
"Or," Kim adds. "Kylie would give her all of these lip kits."
That makes sense. North is a 6-year-old girl in a family built on fashion, looks, and makeup.
But apparently Kanye didn't care for that.
"So, I kind of got in trouble for that," Kim expresses.
"So," she says. "It's now no more makeup."
That said, Kim says, North is "absolutely" still allowed to "weigh in" when it comes to fashion.
In other words, North is like a girl whose whole family are legendary bakers, but she's not allowed to eat dessert.
Obviously, most families regulate what makeup their young children are allowed to wear, and when.
For one thing, makeup is jarringly expensive, and young children tend to be wasteful.
Part of that is inexperience, and part of that is a lack of impulse-control. Their brains are still very young.
Wearing some red lip or something similar on a holiday or to a special event is normal, even for non-celebrity families.
But Kanye's makeup ban isn't drawing is drawing criticism for more than just being an overreaction and a bit of a buzzkill.
It seems like Kanye made a unilateral rule for his daughter that Kim is just following.
Kim has been observed to be almost blindly supportive of her husband, at least when it comes to public statements.
It has been clear for some time that Kanye's judgment and wisdom are both sorely lacking.
Between his outlandish statements and his inability to healthily process criticism, something just isn't right.
He's a Trump-supporter, folks. He cites that the orange man and he share the same "dragon energy," whatever that is.
It doesn't necessarily mean mental illness. 'Ye may just be, you know, a bad person.
But it cuts Kim's longtime fans to the core to see Kim just smile and nod while her husband rambles on and off stages.
Kim has a strong contrarian instinct where she gets defensive and becomes determined to resist critics -- with some very notable exceptions.
It seems that she is even more protective of Kanye. Many fans feel that this is to her detriment.
And now, perhaps, to North's.