When co-host Jeannie Mai asked if Kourtney had "actually considered it", Kourt admitted: "Yeah. But at the current moment I’m happy and very into my blessings and feeling very good, but I definitely have my moments, ‘cause I mean, life is short."
The Real co-host Loni Love also asked Kourtney if Kylie Jenner's billionaire status puts pressure on Kourtney and the other Kardashian-Jenner sisters to live up to her success, with Forbes saying Kylie was set to be the world's youngest self-made billionaire last year.
Kourtney explained: "Subconsciously it makes us feel like, ‘When is it enough?'
"And I think that’s a thing I always think to myself, ‘When is it enough?’ because I don’t like missing out on certain things like doing my kids’ homework or certain after-school activities or different things like that."
Kourtney also revealed that she never thought her family would become so successful when they were just starting out in the public eye.
When asked if she would want her children to stay in the public eye and continue working in reality TV as they get older, Kourtney said: "I mean, if they want to do it. I think it's whatever their dreams are.
"I definitely would never push them to do it and it's not something that I'm hoping they're going to do."
But Kourtney said she would still support her kids if they choose to remain in the public eye, saying she wants "whatever makes them happy."
Here's hoping she's not leaving Keeping Up With the Kardashians any time soon, though.
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