Khloé Kardashian Admits There Are Two Things She Regrets Filming For Reality TV

They're not what you think.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians has been on air for more than 10 years, and Khloé Kardashian is doing some reflecting. In an essay for Glamour, the 33-year-old reveals she has some on-camera regrets — in other words, things she wished her family had never put on camera.

One of them being when Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris. In October 2017, the reality star was held at gunpoint and tied up in the bathroom of her Paris apartment. The robbers stole more than $10 million worth of jewelry. The show captured the aftermath of the robbery. Another regret was filming Caitlyn Jenner's transition (Khloé's stepfather).
On filming both of those moments, Khloé wrote, "Things like Kim’s robbery or Caitlyn’s transition? That’s the kind of stuff we wish we had never filmed. We aren’t ever like, 'Oooh! Let’s do this for season nine.’ This is our life, and these are the things that happen. And it’s funny — when we decide not to shoot things, people feel slighted. But when we film too much, they’re like, 'Oh, you never should have filmed that.' It’s a Catch-22.” 
She also added that no matter what happens, her family is loyal: "When it comes to our drama, we are a large, blended family. If you put a microscope over any family for 10 years, you’re bound to find cracks in the foundation. That’s just the name of the game, and we’re strong enough to endure it."
No one can deny the impact of the Kardashians on culture. For better or for worse, they have reinvented what it means to be famous. 

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