Kim Kardashian is said to be thinking about quitting reality TV after her husband Kanye West suggested it would be a good idea, but it is a ''difficult'' decision to make.
Kim Kardashian West is set to quit reality TV.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star is said to be ''coming around'' to Kanye West's way of thinking, and while her husband would ''never'' force her, she is considering ending that phase of her career.
A source said: ''While Kanye would never make Kim do something, he would rather she didn't star on the show.
''He wants to live his life in private and he just thinks Kim would be better off doing the same. She is gradually coming around to the same thinking.''
However, it is a ''difficult'' decision for Kim to make, because her name value is a big selling point for the show - but it is still said to be ''very likely'' she will make the choice to bring an end to her time on the programme.
The insider told the Sunday People newspaper: ''It's a difficult one for her because most of her family rely on her being there selling her life to the cameras.
''It is very likely that she will bow out shortly, though the series is still such a massive hit.''
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