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What you will and won’t see in final season of KUWTK

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s divorce is one of the biggest showbiz stories of the decade.

And fans will get a glimpse behind the scenes of where it all went wrong for the uber-famous couple when the final season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs on Foxtel’s E! on March 19.

The show began filming its 20th and final season toward the end of last year, around the same time Kim and Kanye started having troubles that spilled into the public eye thanks to the 43-year-old rapper’s Twitter meltdowns and dramatic presidential campaign rally.

Kim’s ongoing and unusual silence on the matter despite months of rumours – and now confirmation she has officially filed for divorce – also indicates she’s saving her side of the story for the hugely-anticipated last season.

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The couple, who have four children together, were married in 2014.

Sources close to Kim and Kanye told the The Mirror while Kim has filmed her relationship troubles and confessionals for the show, Kanye is “very unlikely” to make an appearance.

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Page Six cited a source in January claiming the Kardashian family were keeping quiet to save the details for the small screen.

“The Kardashians intend to go out with a bang. They’ve filmed Kim discussing her marriage problems,” a source told the site. “But everybody involved is on a nondisclosure agreement.”

TMZ reported last week Kim, 40, had filed for divorce and was seeking joint legal and physical custody of their four children North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 18 months.

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Kim and Kanye are also reportedly in agreeance on how to divide their $2.7 billion worth of assets and are “committed to co-parenting together”.

The beauty mogul and reality star did not specify a date of separating and it’s still listed as “to be determined” on documents, according to TMZ.

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It came after Kardashian announced the news in September that after 14 years, KUWTK would be coming to an end.

It is thought the drama surrounding the family contributed to the decision.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians S20 premieres on E! on Foxtel on Friday, March 19 at 11am simulcast with 8.30pm encore or stream on hayu

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