Kim Kardashian is no stranger to magazine covers, but her latest feature in Wonderland is one of her most relatable yet — and the fact that she's wearing a velour tracksuit you coveted in the early aughts has little to do her approachability here.
The cover story — which paints Kim in a Hollywood-neon-meets-magic-realism light in its gorgeous, gritty spread — touches on everything from baby Saint's after-hours feedings (Kanye doesn't get out of bed for those as he's "hands-on, but not a night guy") to her neighbors (Kim walks around her house naked, and Kathy Griffin, who lives next door, can 1,000 percent see her) to worrying about Kendall's anxiety and Kylie's vulnerability.
And then there's the stuff about Taylor Swift.
As E! reported in an exclusive look at the Wonderland story, Kim says that the whole Snapchat reveal of Taylor approving the verse that called her a bitch in "Famous" wasn't a malicious act, but a move she made to protect her husband: "I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest. I'm a fan. I like her music. There was no shade." She goes on to say that members of the Swift Squad texted her following the controversy, but Kim, steering clear of being "petty," didn't name names.
Those quotes don't appear in the web version of the story available on Wonderland's website. Pick up the print issue to read the story in full, and maaaybe reconsider your stance on Juicy tracksuits.