Kim Kardashian hits back at trolls over auto seat criticism

Speaking up On Thursday Kim Kardashian released a video defending her 20-month-old Saint's seat orientation

Comments ranged from "he is so cute let's protect this handsome boy by making sure is rear facing" to "please turn his vehicle seat around, it's not too late!"

However, the law doesn't apply to children who are over 40 inches tall or weigh more than 40 pounds. "It's wild!" Later in the video, Kim also discussed North and her plans for her future in the showbiz industry.

The reality star said Saint was as bigger than his big sister North! The CHP states that if this is the case then "the child must be secured in a manner that complies with the height and weight limits specified by the manufacturer of the vehicle seat".

Apparently, Saint is the proper height and weight requirements for the seat, despite his age. Saint actually weighs more than North. All the money in the world and the best nannies money can buy and no one told her to keep him rear facing!?

As California law states, children under the age of 2 must ride in a rear-facing vehicle seat unless the child weighs 40 or more pounds or is more than 40 inches tall.

Meanwhile in Australia, children up to six months must be in an "approved rearward facing restraint", while kids aged from "six-months-old but under four years must be secured in either a rear or forward facing approved child restraint with an inbuilt harness", according to New South Wales laws.

"Don't feel in a rush to turn your child's auto seat forward-facing too soon". Another person wrote: "Let's protect this handsome boy by making sure [the seat is] rear facing".



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