Reality TV star Kim Kardashian, in Sydney to promote the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, says her family has no intention of quitting television just yet.
The E! show has now laid bare her family's inner lives to the world for seven series.
With a commitment for another two seasons, Kardashian says she's still amazed they've kept an audience this long but will keep on with it as long as the whole family is having fun.
"Can you imagine season 47? My grandkids?" she asks, with a smile.
"We're having a good time doing it, so for right now I would say we'd love to continue."
Whatever else the public humiliation of her much talked-about 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries - also filmed for E! - has brought her, it seems to have inspired a re-think of her public and private personalities.
"(Previously) I felt like people... saw a persona of me on TV, not all of me, a part of me, and I felt like I had to live up to that," she says.
"Now I don't feel like I do, now I just more live for myself through experiences that have just changed me."
Although her new relationship with hip hop star Kanye West has been much publicised, Kardashian remains coy about the likelihood that he'll show up in her new spin-off show, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
"I don't know about that, we only just started filming so you never know what happens."