Kim Kardashian West would "love" to "live a normal life".
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has children North, two, and Saint, five months, with husband Kanye West - is one of the most famous women in the world, but she dreams of being anonymous and helping to solve crimes.
She said: "I would love to be a forensic investigator and live a normal life."
The 35-year-old beauty also spoke of her admiration for her mother Kris Jenner and hopes she can be a role model of a working parent just like her.
Asked her heroines, she told Australia's Vogue magazine: "Obviously, my mum. Once you become a mother, you have a new-found respect for people who have gone through it -- especially knowing my mum has had six [children]; that's so intense for me. I want to live her life and be successful, work hard and still have so many kids -- and still take care of everyone else."
The reality TV star also admires the strong sense of family her late father Robert Kardashian had.
She said: "My dad was [my hero], for sure. I love that he was always so honest about family. You know, that's something I really looked up to."
Kim appears to be having an easy time with her second child as she admits he "lives up to his name".
Asked her favourite names, she said: "North and Saint.. He lives up to his name like you would not believe. [Is she true North?] She totally is."
Kim - who married Kanye in May 2014 - fell for the 'All day' rapper because he makes her laugh.
Discussing the qualities she looks for in a man, she said: "Hmm, there are so many ... I really think having a sense of humour is important."
And in her friendships, Kim wants people to be "kind" and not trying to compete with her all the time.
She said: "Someone who is, just, who is ... how do I explain it? You can tell when someone is kind, and not competing with you."