Viewers will also see host Bethenny Frankel ask Farrah to clarify what she meant when she once said Sophia "has her own life and is doing her own thing." The kid’s only 4, after all.
Farrah answered (via Us Weekly), "To a certain extent, though. It's not like she has her own life, go live your own life. I am very much her mother, and I am very much there to develop her, ground her, take that initiative, but I also feel that … it's very healthy for my daughter to have her own friends. To have that community around her that she knows is her own person. I don't ever want my daughter growing up questioning who she is or her choices. I want her to be a strong, happy individual."
Farrah said Sophia knows she’s loved, and she as a mom isn’t worried about all the things other people seem to be worried about. It may be interesting to hear Sophia weigh in on this 10 or 20 years from now...unless she decides to hide away from the world, which may be a better idea.
Are you planning to watch (or tape) Farrah’s dramalicious interview? It airs this Monday, October 28 at 11 a.m. on FOX.