As she walked through the room, she told her followers: "This is what I wake up to guys".
Kim Kardashian West had insecurities about her body and feared that she would never be able to have sex ever again. "I've always been like, the victor - 'I can get past this, and this will not define me'".
"We definitely have conversations if I don't understand something, in private", she continued. "Thank you babe love you so much!" she wrote.
Speaking out on a radio show, Kardashian said: "For anyone to say that I am homophobic with the comment of saying "sis"?" However, she insisted that the pair's differences in opinion when it comes to politics doesn't have any effect on the state of their marriage. "I would always talk about my stuff".
Kim - who was living in her mother Kris Jenner's home with Caitlyn at the time - said: "I found out when I was maybe 25". And as I was coming back out, my dad was coming down the stairs in, like, a wig and makeup and shoes; the full nine.
"She was the phone mule", Kardashian told Baldwin. "I thought, 'Oh, I'm worth so much.' That needed to change in me".
Mother-of-three Kim is less public with her political stance than her husband, who regularly courts controversy with pro-Trump posts on social media.
'When it happened I was "What?" not with any judgement I just did not see it coming.' the 60-year-old actor added.
Along with 24/7 security, the reality star also reveals how she moves around "totally differently now" after the incident.