Kourtney Kardashian always speaking her mind no matter what. The eldest Kardashian sister previously made some unflattering claims about her family. Now, Kourtney is planning on quitting reality TV in the not-too-distant future.

Kourtney has spent the last decade and a half putting her life on television for the world to see. Now, she’s ready to focus on just raising her kids. Kourtney Kardashian revealed she wants to quit reality TV in five years.

Kourtney was speaking to Variety along with her siblings. The family did the Variety cover ahead of the release of their new show. “The Kardashians” will air on Hulu from April 14.

The mother of three, who’s currently planning her wedding to her fiancé Travis Barker, said: “In five years? I see myself living in another city. And I see myself still working because I love to work. “I don’t think I see myself filming on a show in five years. I would probably envision myself, like, just living.”


Kourtney believes that the upcoming Hulu show will be her last. She continued: “Who knows because honestly things change all the time, but I think after this journey with Hulu – and who knows because we’ll see where it takes us – but I think I see myself living my best life somewhere else.” 

It’s clear that Kourtney’s priority is her family life. She said, “I still want to work and raise my kids, and I don’t know, maybe there is a filming element to that, but I don’t know, I guess probably not.” Earlier, Kourt was criticized for agreeing with Kim’s problematic comment. Kim made a statement that nobody ( women in particular) wants to work these days, the statement received a lot of backlash.

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Shifa Jahan

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