Julia Fox jumped on the Call Her Daddy podcast and opened up about her public relationship with Kanye West. The actress and the businesswoman revealed they are in the phase of naming boyfriend and girlfriend. But they haven't officially discussed the status. Still, it confirmed the romance that online users have been unfolding since the start of the new year. From crazy dates to photographed French kisses to Julia's Ye styling, the couple was on the go.

Julia has spoken openly about her "instant attraction" to the award-winning artist. Not only did Julia find him physically attractive, but she told podcast host Alex Copper that Kanye "makes it happen."

confident in the relationship
Alex once asked Julia if she had any jealous moments when the media highlighted Ye's public desire to reconcile with ex-wife Kim Kardashian. Julia answered no. However, she also explained why she is not worried about the situation.

"I'm sure there are some residual feelings left and that's normal, it's human," Julia said. “But I also know that he is with me now. And that's all that matters.

During the conversation, Julia also clarified where to speak.

"It's unfortunate because women are always at each other's throats and there's obviously a 10-year history that they have before that," Julia said. "I never want to step out of line and talk about something I don't have a place to talk about."

Julia also commented on people's comparisons to Kim's fashion history and her latest choices.

"If anything, I feel like the conversation should be like, 'Wow, it's amazing to see how much of an influence Kim has had on Kanye. ".

Kanye asks to save his family
Hours after Alex posted the interview with Julia Fox on Spotify, Kim's Vogue covers and articles took to the streets online. And Kanye was among the thousands who shared the colorful portraits of his estranged wife and four children.

"God please bring our family back together," Kanye wrote in the caption.

As of Wednesday evening, Kim has not responded to his post. Instead, she chose to share reruns of her 'Vogue' article, including snippets about choosing yourself in your 40s.

"...I think in the last two years I've decided I'm going to make myself happy. And that feels really good," Kim told Vogue's Jen Wang. "And even if that led to changes and caused my divorce, I think it's important to be honest with yourself, which is what makes you really happy. I chose myself I think it's okay to choose you."