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Kim Kardashian ‘I Don’t Believe In Just One Soulmate’

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Apr. 4 2012, Published 4:30 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

After two failed marriages, Kim Kardashian doesn’t believe there is such a thing as 'the one!'

The crazily curved reality star, who is featured on the May 2012 cover of the UK’s Cosmopolitan magazine, reveals the lessons she has learned from exposing her relationships to the public and how it is making her want to be more of a private person – and RadarOnline.com has the details.

"I think you have different soulmates throughout your life...I will always believe in love, but my idea has changed from what I've always thought...I don't believe in just one soulmate now," Kim reveals.

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Kim, whose failed 72 day marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries was the subject of Kim and Kourtney Take New York in 2011, seems to have learned from her marital mistakes.

"We know that we put ourselves in the public eye,” she explains about her famous family. “We love doing our reality show and it's opened doors for us to have clothing lines...and do things that we've always dreamed of. So it comes with the territory and we know that. But as I get older and go through certain things, it's made me want to be more of a private person.”

Which means we probably won’t see her next romance as a plot line on one of the Kardashian’s shows!

However, don't expect Kim to hang up her reality boots anytime soon. "I don't think I would stop,” she explains about her future on reality television. “ I love doing it - but I wouldn't have another relationship shown on the show. That might be too personal, especially when you're just meeting someone. It's taught me to be more private."

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