maintained the intrigue until the final episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians
," when she discussed her "lonely" (and dissolving) marriage to Kanye West
In the series finale, which aired this week, Kardashian tells her mother, Kris Jenner, that she has worked "so hard" to "achieve everything" she has ever desired, but she has no one to share her accomplishments with.
“I mean, I have my kids, but am I just going to sit here and think, ‘OK, my kids fulfill me and I'm good?’ I never thought I would be lonely; I thought I could just have my kids and my husband moves state to state and I'm on this ride with him and I'm OK with that,” Jenner said of the Skims founder.
“My husband moves from state to state,” she continued, “and I was fine
with that until I turned 40 this year, when I realized, no, I don’t want a husband who lives in a different state.”
Later in the episode, Kardashian stated that she and West got along well when they were apart, but that isn't what she requires.
“I used to think that [living apart] was when we got along the best, but that’s sad and not what I want; I want someone who likes the same [TV] shows as me and wants to work out with me,” the reality star explained.
She mentioned her sister and how “every single day, Khloé, Tristan, and I would work out at 6 a.m., and I was third-wheeling it for a good eight months in quarantine, and I was so envious.”
“I don’t have the little things. I have all the big things. I have the extravagant everything you could possibly imagine and no one will ever do it like that. I’m grateful for those experiences, but I think I’m ready for the small experiences that will mean a lot,” Kardashian said.
The 40-year-old later emphasized that, despite feeling "numb" and "tired" of having "emotional breakdowns," she is determined to make it okay: "I didn't come this far to not be happy."
Kardashian filed for divorce
from her husband of nearly seven years, Kanye West, earlier this year, and has since been seen in France
with model Irina Shayk