SKIMS founder Kim Kardashian went down memory lane as she and her family say goodbye to their hit reality show, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," after more than a decade on air.
With the show coming to an end after 14 years and 20 seasons, Kim Kardashian looked back on how her life and her family’s lives have changed through the years.
“It’s really crazy to look back and just to think 20 seasons, that’s a long time,” she told Good Morning Vogue. “Just because we didn’t really expect it to go on this long.”
Kim Kardashian of 'The Justice Project' speaks onstage during the 2020 Winter TCA Tour Day 12 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 18, 2020 in Pasadena, California | Photo: Getty Images
THE END OF AN ERA
Kardashian shared that she and her family were merely having fun and genuinely loved filming together as a family. She added they are excited about reaching the 20th season of the franchise.
When asked if everyone else was on board with the show coming to an end, she said, “I think we all went back and forth. We made the decision kind of last minute and kind of quickly and, we all just decided together,” she added.
Kim Kardashian attends the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
The KKW Beauty owner further explained that they were all unanimous about ending the show after discussing the matter with each other, having the weekend to make their decision.
"And so like, on a Friday we were like, okay we're gonna do this," she disclosed. However, it was not an easy choice to make for the Kardashians. She shared, she and her family questioned whether they were making the right decision or not.
The reality star also divulged that they are all sentimental about their decision because they love doing what they do as a family. Overall, she admitted that this had been a challenging year.
CHALLENGING YEAR FOR KARDASHIAN
She also spoke on the difficulties that everyone else experienced during the coronavirus pandemic. Kardashian believes that this year was a huge cleanse which created opportunities for people to be grateful for the simple things in life.
The model added that it is a massive awakening that some people had. She shared that she always tries to look at things positively and that even though the year has been challenging, "It's a time to regenerate, get creative, spend so much time with my family," she noted.
Kardashian also added being able to spend time with her kids has been priceless. The actress said that part has been beautiful.
KARDASHIAN’S LAW CAREER
According to Daily Mail, Kardashian was not asked about her pending divorce directly not did she speak of it. She did open up about her law degree and said she is now halfway through and has just two years left of studying before she can take her bar exam and become a fully qualified lawyer.
During the interview, she revealed that she would have to wake up extra early the next day to write a two-hour essay. Her studies were halted because of the pandemic, so she could not meet with her teachers.
COMMUNICATION LINES BLURRED
While the subject of her divorce was not part of the discussion, she and West are reportedly not on speaking terms. According to Hollywoodlife, the 43-year-old Atlanta native changed his phone number.
The silence from both parties comes after one month she filed for divorce after six years of marriage. Amidst their divorce proceedings, they are reportedly communicating through a third party after West cut himself off from her.
ADJUSTING TO THE NEW NORMAL
Despite their broken communication, Kardashian is still adjusting to her new normal. A close source told E! Online that the mother of four is doing much better now.
She reportedly went through all the emotions of breaking up with West, and there were points before she filed where it got combative. However, everything is hashed out, and it should not take too much longer to process.