Khloe Kardashian wants more personal space

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian Bang Showbiz

Khloe Kardashian wants to lock herself in a room to give herself space.

The 29-year-old star wants to be alone at times and thinks not having anyone around her will help give her the "personal space" she craves.

She told E! News: "Sometimes you're like, 'I just don't want to be bothered by anyone,' not even a girlfriend. Sometimes you really just want to lock yourself in a room and have your personal space."

Although the star is reportedly going through marriage trouble with husband Lamar Odom she is glad that she has support from her family and has a huge fan base looking out for her.

She explained: "It really is such a blessing just to feel that you have such a good support system, no matter what you're going through, even in the good times. It's so awesome to see people that root for you even if you don't know them."

Khloe was catapulted to the spotlight on reality show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians', which films her and her family's everyday life, and the TV crew has spent so much time with the reality stars that they've all grown close.

She added: "But with our show, we've been filming with the same camera crew for so long that they're like family. And it's weird because they are also like a comfort zone for me, the people. But not everything, I believe."

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