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Kim Kardashian feels like ‘failure’ as split with Kanye West

The Kardashian-Jenner family’s life seems like it’s always rolling on cameras.

However, we are getting a look behind the scenes at the break-up that is happening between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

In February, the reality show star, Kim Kardashian, filed for divorce from Kanye West, a controversial rapper.

On Thursday, a clip got shown from the show Keeping Up With the Kardashian, where Kim Kardashian is really emotional about her break up with her husband.

The popular E! reality show series is coming to an ender after being aired for 20 years.

Kim Kardashian feels like 'failure'
Kim Kardashian feels like ‘failure’

In one of the last series, the family is at Lake Tahoe for a family trip, and Kim Kardashian gets seen complaining about the cookies that are on the table and states that she just wants to go into her room and “never come out.”

Khloé Kardashian, her sister, explains how Kim Kardashian has been regarding her relationship and how she is struggling privately behind the camera.

She further says that her sister Kim is “redirecting her sadness, anger, and frustration.”

Indubitably, before the trip, the Wests had got into a big fight.

Footage shows that Kim Kardashian is crying with her sisters Kylie, Kourtney, and Kendall near her and she says:

“I do think he deserves someone that can support his every move.”

She further cries:

“I can’t do that…He should have a wife that supports his every move and travels with him and does everything and I can’t.”

Kim Kardashian then cries and says how she is feeling like a loser and a failure for not keeping her third marriage.

She has been married twice before, one with Damon Thomas, the music producer, and once with Kris Humphries, the professional basketball player.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West got married in 2014 in Italy.

Together they have four children, two daughters, North and Chicago, and two sons, Saint and Psalm.

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