Will the new Kardashian reality show follow Kim and Kanye's divorce?

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Photo credit: Marc Piasecki - Getty Images

Despite being one of the most high profile celebs of the last decade and sharing all the details of her life across 20 seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim Kardashian has kept relatively quiet on her divorce from husband of almost seven years, Kanye West.

ICYMI (unlikely), Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February 2021, the couple had been dating since 2012 and married in 2014. They also share four kids together, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm. 

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On the final season of KUWTK, we got an insight into the events that lead up to the pair's divorce. Kim confided in her family that she felt "like a loser", and that she'd spoken to a therapist and realised she was unhappily married.

More recently, on the KUWTK reunion special, Kim avoided discussing the details of her divorce, and instead put things down to a "difference of opinion."

But rumour has it the Kardashian's new reality show with Hulu will follow the aftermath of the divorce beyond what we saw on KUWTK. 

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The new series is set to follow several of the Kardashian-Jenners, but according to a report by Capital FM, will highlight Kim's new single life in particular. Given the couple's split, Kanye is unlikely to appear in the family's new show, so fans will likely only see Kim's journey post-split.

The same report revealed the pair's divorce is believed to be valued at 2.1 billion dollars. And, apparently Kim has hired celebrity lawyer Laura Wasser to separate their assets according to their prenuptial agreement.

Although we haven’t got too many details about the new series yet, it's expected to air in late 2021. 

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