Kim Kardashian has said she feels ‘ready’ to be happy as a preview for Keeping Up With The Kardashians shows the reality star going through an extremely emotional time.
In the mid-season teaser for the show’s final outing, Kim, who filed for divorce from rapper Kanye West in February this year, is seen crying while sitting on a bed.
Holding tissues in her hands, the 40-year-old says: ‘I feel like a loser, you know?’
In another scene, Kim’s mother Kris Jenner, 65, tells her second-eldest daughter that she wants her to experience happiness.
‘I just want you to be happy and joyful,’ Kris says, to which Kim replies: ‘Yeah, and I’m ready too.’
Kim and Kanye, 43, were married in 2014, having first started dating two years prior.
Kim discusses her future happiness with her mother Kris (Picture: Keeping Up With The Kardashians/E!)
The couple have four children together – seven-year-old North West, five-year-old Saint West, three-year-old Chicago West and one-year-old Psalm West.
In late April, Kanye was spotted still wearing his wedding ring in a picture shared on Instagram by DJ Khaled.
In the black-and-white photograph, the musician is sitting with his arms raised in the air, with his wedding band visible on his left hand.
Kim’s friend, Chrissy Teigen, recently spoke out about the entrepreneur’s split from Kanye, saying that Kim ‘gave her all’ to the relationship.
During a virtual interview on Watch What Happens Live, Chrissy said: ‘Kim is doing okay. I know Kim gave her all for everything.
‘It’s honestly a shame that it didn’t work out because I saw them being a forever relationship, I really did, but I know she tried her best.’
The 20th season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which is currently airing, is going to be the last for the hit reality show.
The programme first launched in 2007, going on to spawn spin-offs including Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Khloé & Lamar and Rob & Chyna.
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