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Sunday 1 February 2015

Kardashian: I want more privacy

Kim Kardashian's comments sparked rumours that she was quitting her reality show
Kim Kardashian's comments sparked rumours that she was quitting her reality show

Kim Kardashian says she wants to become more private at she prepares to become a mother.

The 32-year-old reality star has appeared in her first photoshoot since announcing she is expecting a child with Kanye West, and told Du Jour magazine she wants to change they way she lives her life.

Kim said: "My boyfriend has taught me a lot about privacy. I'm ready to be a little less open about some things, like my relationships. I'm realising everyone doesn't need to know everything.

"When you live your life so publicly, like on a reality show, people assume that they know every side of you already. But they always want more."

She added: "I think there's always an evolution of, you know, what you want to do in life. It's all about finding things that really excite you and motivate you and spark you all over again."

But Kim has denied reports - sparked by her comments - that she is planning to quit her reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Writing on her blog she said: "We are extremely proud of the show and all of us are staying on through at least season 10. The show remains to be my number one priority and it's a big part of my life and I enjoy every moment of it. It has given me such a rare opportunity to share more of my life with all of you and has brought my family closer to each other. I'm looking forward to the new season and beyond.

"The fact is that I have many goals that I still need to reach and accomplish and I (like so many of you) don't know where my life will be in the next couple of years, but I'm looking forward to continuing this journey."

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