Kim Kardashian on life after marriage: 'I was in such a deep depression'
Reality star Kim Kardashian has opened up to chat show Queen Oprah Winfrey about her doomed marriage in what is probably her most revealing interview to date.
Speaking about her marriage, she said: 'I was in love, I wanted the life that I always pictured my fairytale life to be.
'I would've had an extravagant wedding anyway, to end that relationship was a risk in itself to lose ratings and I had to take the risk to be honest to myself.'
We’re pretty surprised she’s even admitted she was worried about losing ratings, aren’t you? Despite talking about Kris throughout the interview she doesn’t actually once refer to him by name, which is pretty bloody weird really and scarily controlled, if you ask us.
She continued: 'I think when people first meet, everything is great in the beginning, but I didn't spend more than a whole week with my ex before we married.
'When we moved in together, I saw how our relationship was... I don't want to get into the small things, but once we moved in, I knew he was not the one.'
We don’t want to point out the obvious but it’s really not normal to marry someone you’ve never spent more than a week with, is it?
Oprah took the opportunity to quiz her about pre-wedding nerves, to which Kim replied: 'I didn't have an inkling, but everyone around me did. The night before, mum said, "Do you want out?" She said, "You're not yourself".
'But I said no, I got angry, I was thinking, "How dare you!"'
Kim did however speak well of her ex, saying: 'He's a good person. I will always have a place in my heart for him. It just wasn't for me.'
She continued: 'You know in your heart. Mum was supportive, so I took that time off afterwards... I would rather have been beaten up in the media than live a life that wasn't happy.
‘I was in such a deep depression I thought I was going to back away from everything. I stayed at home for almost four months and I'm a better person now, as heartbreaking as it was to go through.'
Kim added: 'For anyone I hurt, I'm truly sorry, I don't wish pain on anyone, but the person I am because of that crazy experience, I wouldn't change it for the world.
'I loved him, obviously it hurt him, and it hurt me too. It was embarrassing, I don't want to call it a mistake, it was a lesson.'
So, after all that, have we actually learnt something new? No we don’t think so, we’re just gobsmacked that she still says she had no idea before the wedding that it wasn’t right. Anyone would think she had nothing between her ears.