Hindsight is always 20/20!

Khloe Kardashian and her famous family are known for documenting every moment of their lives, but the reality star recently admitted that some things would have been better left off camera, like Caitlyn's transition and Kim's robbery.

In a new essay for Glamour, the E! starlet explained how she was initially hesitant to do Keeping Up with the Kardashians and make their private life so public.

"At my mom’s house, we’d always have these big family dinners. Ryan Seacrest came to one and was like, 'You guys are crazy. You need to be on TV.' My mom and my sister Kim wanted to do the show, but Kourtney and I were really against it. We were like, 'No — we love our little life. We love what we’re doing.' But Ryan said, 'We need the whole family or nobody at all.' So my mom kind of sold it to us as a great commercial for our stores. We were like, 'Ugh, fine,’” she recalled.

A lot has changed since then!

"We film six days a week, 12 to 18 hours a day, every single day. When you compile that much footage into 13 or 14 44-minute episodes, you can find a lot of drama. Not every episode is juicy to us; it’s only juicy to the audience," she noted.

With that comes some very big life events they can't possibly keep quiet on.

"Things like Kim’s robbery or Caitlyn’s transition? That’s the kind of stuff we wish we had never filmed. We aren’t ever like, 'Oooh! Let’s do this for season nine.’ This is our life, and these are the things that happen. And it’s funny — when we decide not to shoot things, people feel slighted. But when we film too much, they’re like, 'Oh, you never should have filmed that.' It’s a catch-22," she lamented.

The fame KUWTK has brought them has also brought business opportunities, but the Good American designer didn't reap the rewards of that until she broke out of her "fat" sister role.

"I was young, and I didn’t care as much. The truth is that I was heavier then too, so not a lot of endorsements were coming my way. Brands would prefer to align themselves with Kim or Kourtney, which I was totally fine with because I was still along for the ride. But it’s also a very sad thing to realize that most brands are interested only in pretty, cute, in-shape girls. When I started getting in shape and when I first got married [to now-ex Lamar Odom], a different amount of attention came my way. Because I had already seen my sisters go through it, I was able to be pickier about my opportunities," she revealed.

In the end of the day, she's not ashamed of what the K clan has put out there.

“When it comes to our drama, we are a large, blended family. If you put a microscope over any family for 10 years, you’re bound to find cracks in the foundation. That’s just the name of the game, and we’re strong enough to endure it," she proudly stated.

Can you imagine a world without the Kardashians?! We can't!