'No one's gonna be perfect' Kim Kardashian has been sticking up for Harry and Meghan 1 month ago

'No one's gonna be perfect' Kim Kardashian has been sticking up for Harry and Meghan

"I think that everyone makes their own choices and decisions."

Kim Kardashian has been sticking up for Harry and Meghan amidst their recent decision to sue the British tabloids. 

The reality star compared herself to the couple, essentially saying that nobody is perfect and they should be left alone to get on with things.

Speaking at the Armenian Technology Convention last week as reported by the Daily Mail, she said that she supports the royal couple in most of their endeavours.

"I think that everyone makes their own choices and decisions," she said.

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"And I think that, like I said, no one's gonna be perfect. I'm not, they’re not. I don't know who is.

"I still love and value the fact they bring such attention to such important movements that need to happen and things that they're really passionate about cause they're still changing the world."

This comes after Prince Harry issued a powerful statement regarding the British press's treatment of his wife.

The 35-year-old spoke about the "ruthless campaign" against Meghan which has "escalated over the past year, throughout her pregnancy and while raising our newborn son."

He added that they have “continued to put on a brave face – as so many of you can relate to."

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"She is the same woman she was a year ago on our wedding day, just as she is the same woman you’ve seen on this Africa tour," he said.

"Because my deepest fear is history repeating itself. I’ve seen what happens when someone I love is commoditised to the point that they are no longer treated or seen as a real person.

"I lost my mother and now I watch my wife falling victim to the same powerful forces.

“We thank you, the public, for your continued support. It is hugely appreciated. Although it may not seem like it, we really need it.”

The couple's case against the Mail on Sunday is being privately funded. Pending a court ruling, proceeds from any damages will be donated to an anti-bullying charity.