I don’t like Kim Kardashian just because she really has little to admire about. But I can’t help praising her for promoting the idea of love to yourself. She likes her body and that’s a good thing no matter what other people think about it. In the May 2011 issue of Cosmopolitan UK Kim Kardashian even admitted she feels great about her cellulite.
The Body Issue of Cosmopolitan May 2011 features Kim Kardashian sporting revealing clothing, including two swimsuits, a feathered bodysuit and a bra teamed up with glitzy shorts. Her hair is wonderful. On the cover the reality show star wears a hot yellow bikini.
In the interview for Cosmopolitan May 2011 issue Kim Kardashian tells us about her attitude to figure standards, cellulite, eating habits and body differences between her siblings.
Kim Kardashian on cellulite: “I have cellulite. So what! I’ve never claimed to be perfect. It’s crazy anyone should assume that just because you’re in the spotlight, you’re flawless.”
Kim Kardashian on her love to ice-cream: “Sometimes I pig out and I still feel great, and think, “That was so worth it!” That’s how I feel a lot of the time. I think, “See this little dimple of cellulite here? It was so worth it for that cookies ’n’ cream ice cream!”
Kim Kardashian on eating habits: “If I was stuck on a diet my whole life, I would be really miserable. I love to eat. If you can’t enjoy your life then what’s the point? You can’t torture yourself. I love Rice Krispies Treats, ice cream and frozen yogurt.”
Kim Kardashian on body standards: “I never aspired to be a size zero. Although one time I tried on a dress with a size-8 label when I thought I was a size 4. It turned out it was a UK size 8, so actually it was my normal size. But it made me think, “Why do I even care?” I couldn’t care less if it said 14. It’s just a number. Your best measure is to look in the mirror. I always say you shouldn’t weigh yourself. I don’t even have a set of scales in my house.”
Kim Kardashian on people’s attitude to her curvaceous figure: “I see ridiculous stories about my butt, like how it has been insured. I feel like saying, “Hey, everyone has a butt. It’s not that big a deal!” But I suppose it’s flattering. Personally, I’ve always loved the curvy look. Even when I was a little girl and all my friends would be like, “Oh, my god, your butt’s so big”. And I’d say, “I love it”.”
Kim Kardashian on body differences in her family: “Khloé is super-tall, with great legs; Kourtney is tiny with a great stomach. We embrace the fact that no one is really alike. Our parents always made us feel like, “This is who we are, we’re all beautiful and this is exactly how we’re supposed to be”. We never had any pressure to look different and I think that’s why we’re so confident about it today.”
Kim Kardashian on how she felt seeing her body growing and developing: ‘Kourtney would always make fun of me for having bigger boobs than she did. When you’re young, it’s embarrassing. Your body is changing and it’s scary. Then when I was 15, I realised it was great. I’ve never wished for smaller boobs since.”
Cosmopolitan UK May 2011 issue with Kim Kardashian on the cover is on sale starting from April 7.
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