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Kim Kardashian Scolding Her Kids On TV Is Relatable To Parents Everywhere

Kim Kardashian is no stranger to doing everything in front of the cameras — she's a reality TV star after all. However, parenting during a late-night TV appearance is not something we have seen Kim do, but it just feels right.

It also feels like I'm having deja-vu while watching Kim ask her kids to behave properly while at work with her. I mean, if this hasn't been every parent working from home for the past two years then I don't know what is.

Kim Kardashian is doing so much these days it's easy to forget she's a mother of four young children that she shares with ex-husband Kanye West.

There's Kim's eldest daughter North, 9, son Saint, 6, daughter Chicago, 4, and the baby of the family — 3-year-old son Psalm.

Recently, Kim was chatting on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" about her new skincare line, SKKN, and her passion for swapping pimple juice with boyfriend Pete Davidson... I know, I'm sorry you had to read that.

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However, during her interview, Kim was interrupted by two of her children, who were causing a bit of a stir in the audience.

While chatting with the reality star, Jimmy paused the interview with a laugh and said he was "hearing kids" in the background.

Kim quickly whipped her head around (mom's everywhere know this move) to the audience and asked her sons to calm down.

"Guys, can you stop?" Kim said as the audience laughed and "aww-ed."

"This is, like, your first time at work with me. Can you please?" Kim added, clearly not impressed.

Jimmy asked who was in the audience, to which Kim replied it was her two sons, Saint and Psalm, and her friend's young daughter.

After a few moments, Kim had to scold her boys again, which lead to her youngest child Psalm being whisked away backstage.

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"Guys, seriously. You got to... you got to go," Kim yelled.

I think it's safe to say working parents everywhere empathized with Kim at that moment.