Here’s Why Kim Kardashian Won’t Let Her Kids Watch ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ In Future
Remember the time Kim Kardashian was married to Kris Humphries for 72 days? No one would forget the iconic event that brought in some of the craziest episodes. But it looks like Kardashian is not so thrilled about the prospect of her kids taking a walk down memory lane.
The beauty mogul spoke about her daughter North West wanting to watch old episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in a sneak peek of this week’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians and said that she’s simply not in the mood to explain who Humphries is. She is concerned that her kids will one day want to watch the entire run of the show from start to finish, meaning they’ll discover their mum’s past.
In a clip released by E!, Kardashian is seen talking to Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian’s ex. She reveals that she is hesitant to even show seven-year-old daughter North any part of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
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She said, “I think clips on TikTok. She sees it’s a popular TikTok where they do the crying scene from Bora Bora. Pretty much all my crying scenes. So she sees that stuff and she’ll come in and go ‘Mom, I lost my earrings.’ She’ll do that as a joke and I’m just like, ‘You have no idea what that is.'” She then added, “I don’t really want to explain, like, who Kris Humphries is,” to which Disick replies, “But that is your life. That is your past and at some point, they’re gonna be interested in seeing everything. They’re either gonna do it without us or with us.”
Kardashian and Humphries got married in a two-part TV special back in 2011, and then the makeup mogul filed for divorce 72 days later. The whole awkward ordeal played out on KUWTK and lead to a lot of speculation that the relationship was fake.
Humphries went ahead and wrote an entire essay refuting these claims for Players Tribune, saying, “There’s definitely a lot about that world that is not entirely real. But our actual relationship was 100% real. When it was clear that it wasn’t working…what can I say? It sucked. It’s never easy to go through the embarrassment of something like that—with your friends, with your family…but when it plays out so publicly, in front of the world, it’s a whole other level. It was brutal.”