Kim Kardashian was seen pushing away the cameras as she took an intense phone call in the latest trailer for The Kardashians.
The new promotional teaser which debuted on Friday (April 8) sees a series of short clips of upcoming storylines from the new Hulu series play out culminating in the footage of fresh-faced Kim, 41, signalling to the camera to leave her alone.
Dressed in a black hoody and black fingerless gloves Kim looked stunning in the trailer, despite obviously being stressed out.
While it isn't clear what was being discussed during the chat, she appeared visibly upset as she exclaimed: “Oh my god.”
Elsewhere in the promotional footage, Kim is seen threatening to burn someone “to the ground,” and heatedly claiming “I don’t want to take the high road.”
Kim's recent drama with estranged husband Kanye West has been at the forefront of her life while the family filmed for the new series.
She filed for divorce from Kanye, 44, in February 2021 and was granted legally single status earlier this year.
While the couple tried to remain amicable at first, things have grown increasingly tense between them, with Kanye publically lashing out at Kim for her relationship and parenting choices.
Kim moved on from her seven-year marriage to Kanye with her new boyfriend Pete Davidson, 28, sparking fury from the rapper over the role the Saturday Night Live comic may play in his children's lives against his wishes.
Kim and Kanye share four children – North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, two.
The Skims business mogul however has remained unfazed by Kanye's demands and Pete even attended the premiere of The Kardashians on Thursday.
However, he didn't pose for any pictures instead staying in the background and letting her take the limelight at the event.
Explaining the decision Kim later told E! News: "He's here to support me and it's my thing. I don't think it's his thing to be all out here with me. So I'm just so happy he's here to support."
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