It's been 10 years (yes, 10) since Keeping Up With the Kardashians graced television screens across the country. Since its 2007 premiere, the reality series has been responsible for the family's insane wealth and notoriety. According to Kim Kardashian, the show has also greatly shaped her personal life, riches and fame aside.
"Even my worst experiences, I feel like have taught me so much,” Kardashian said during an interview with Today’s Megyn Kelly. "I don't think if I was doing what I would be doing now I would've met my husband. I wouldn't have my babies. We've traveled the world. I don't think we ever would've been to the places that we've been to.”
The 36-year-old is right. Throughout KUWTK's 13 seasons, as well as six spin-off shows, fans witnessed the highs and lows of the reality star's life, including her 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries and terrifying Paris robbery. Cameras were around during the beginning of her relationship with now-husband Kanye West, their beautiful engagement, and stunning wedding in Italy. And, of course, fans saw the arrival of Kardashian's two children, North 4, and Saint, 1.
Sadly, though, all good things come to an end. When asked about the future of the successful series, Kris Jenner revealed it would come to an end "sooner or later." "It's something that we've enjoyed doing together as a family for so long," she told Kelly. "And it's been such a blessing that I think we would have the best home movies ever of life and have some really amazing memories.”
Before that terrible day comes, hopefully we'll get a peek at Kardashian and West's surrogacy journey. Earlier this month, it was revealed that the couple is expecting a baby girl via surrogate by the end of January. Though the couple has yet to confirm the news themselves, we're more than certain another Kardashian-West baby is on the way.