Khloe Kardashian wants sister Kim to be the legal guardian of her daughter True.

Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian

Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is keen for her 37-year-old sibling to become the guardian of her little girl - who she has with Tristan Thompson - if anything was to happen to her.

Speaking before the birth of True, she said: "So, I can't make anything official until the baby is born, but I am going to probably have Kim as the legal guardian if God forbid something happens. Just because I don't know my parenting style until I have a baby, but from what I envision my parenting style to be, I do feel it will be more like Kim. A little more stricter ... Watching Kim be a mom, I really respect her parenting skills. Not that I don't respect Kourtney's. I really relate to how Kim parents more."

And sister Kourtney admitted she was "a little bit disappointed" that Khloe didn't ask her to be a guardian.

She shared: "I mean, I'm a little bit disappointed that I'm not the guardian, but honestly you don't know what your parenting style is until you have kids. I think once Khloe has her own daughter and she is really a mom, then maybe she will realise that we have more in common then she thinks as far as parenting styles. You never know, Khloe might switch back to me."

And during the frank talk on the family's E! reality show, Khloe explained that she thought Kourtney - with three kids - was "at capacity".

Kourtney said: "Guess what, you don't have to give me an explanation. I've got three kids, and I'm busy on my own."

To which Khloe replied: "You're at capacity". Kourtney then insisted she was "not at capacity" and admitted she wanted "one plus" more children.