Keeping Up With The Kardashians superstar Kim Kardashian hopes to give up her reality TV career in the next 5 years as she wishes to ‘just live one life’
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Kim Kardashian hopes to leave fame and fortune behind within the next 5 years.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 41, is hoping to give up reality TV for good after decades in the spotlight.
The reality TV icon has been sharing her life highs and lows on KUWTK for more than 15 years – and she’s set to embark on a brand new show with her famous clan this month. next.
Although Kim has several projects in the works, she is looking forward to the day when she can live a normal life, away from the cameras.
In a new interview with DiversityThe brunette has opened up about her master plan to lose her fame and fortune.
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When asked if she plans to say goodbye to reality TV in the future, Kim said she sometimes considers the idea just a ‘dream’.
The SKIMs creator, who is currently dating Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson, added that then it’s possible she ‘could stop being Kim K. for another 10 years’.
Meanwhile, Kim’s older sister Kourtney, 42, cherishes her dream of living in another country as she hopes to leave LA behind.
“I would probably picture myself as living,” Kourtney said as she shied away from the idea of more reality TV projects.
In another twist in the interview, Kim talked about her family’s new HULU series.
The beloved TV star shared that their new series will be longer and more ‘documentary’ style than Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
While the new film will be quite different from KUWTK, Kim doesn’t intend to shy away from difficult topics in her life – including her messy divorce from estranged husband Kanye West.
Kim has refrained from sharing much of her divorce on E! reality series and while she hopes to be more open about it in her new show, she has stressed that she won’t be broadcasting her and Kanye’s dirty laundry to viewers.
“Being in the public eye and having public disagreements is never easy,” she said
“But I believe in handling it all privately. I believe in publicly championing and privately criticizing.
“I don’t think I would criticize the father of my children on my TV show. That’s not really what I think, and I don’t think it’s going to make me feel good. “
The Kardashians will air on Hulu April 14, with new episodes weekly and the series currently marked as ‘coming soon’ on Disney+ internationally.
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