Following the brouhaha with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian is opening up about the possibility of getting married a fourth time. While chatting about the idea of tying the knot again, the SKIMS founder explained her “fantasy” in regard to another marriage, and it’s very optimistic.
While marriages one through three didn’t pan out the way Kardashian intended, she hasn’t lost hope. Earlier in the podcast, she reflected on her past marriages, saying:
For some context, Kardashian’s first marriage was to Damon Thomas, and lasted four years. Then her second marriage to Kris Humphries lasted 72 days, and legally lasted from 2011 to 2013. From 2014 to 2021 she was married to Kanye West and they had four kids. The last year has been turbulent for the two, especially considering the recent controversy surrounding Ye.
Kardashian’s divorce from West was finalized, however, the controversy surrounding her ex has been ongoing. The rapper lost partnerships with Adidas, Vogue, Balenciaga and GAP. He’s also made controversial anti-Semitic comments, and he is facing possible legal action from the family of George Floyd. He’s also accused Kardashian of not letting him see their kids. However, she allegedly wants her kids to have a relationship with their father, even though they are not seeing eye-to-eye on parenting.
Kardashian has four kids with West, and she said she would “never say never” to more kids. However, right now she thinks she’s done. She noted that she’d have to have a partner in her life for a while to make that decision. The reality star closed out her thoughts on the topic by saying:
I’m sure as more seasons of The Kardashians come out we’ll get more insight into Kim Kardashian’s dating life, and maybe even see her 'fantasy' come to life. While there aren’t any new episodes of the family’s reality show available at the moment, be sure to keep an eye on the 2023 TV schedule for updates about Season 3, and watch Seasons 1 and 2 with a Hulu subscription.
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