'Keeping Up with the Kardashians': Kim Bares Body for 'Harper's Bazaar'
'Keeping Up with the Kardashians': Kim Bares Body for 'Harper's Bazaar'
After her sisters created a nude campaign ad for their store Dash, Kim Kardashian was quick to follow. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians starlet announced her latest photo shoot, which was for Harper's Bazaar magazine.

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In it, she reveals and flaunts her body for the publication's The Naked Truth collection. Celebrities lined up and join Kim Kardashian as they showed off their natural beauty, meaning all the photos are unretouched. Although, these stars are still wearing their makeup.

"The message is embrace your curves and who you are," the Keeping Up with the Kardashians actress said in the magazine's May issue. The 29-year-old Kim has always encouraged everyone to be happy with what they have, despite the many controversies and speculations regarding her body.

Like many of us, Kim Kardashian had a number of insecurities growing up. She revealed, "I was wearing a C cup by the time I was 11. I would go to bed and pray, 'Please, Lord, don't let my boobs grow any bigger.' I hated what was happening."

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians starlet also had another asset of hers in mind, and she wasn't afraid to address it. "I don't get why everyone is always going on about my butt," Kim Kardashian added. "I'm Armenian. It's normal. My butt is probably not as big as you might think, because I have small legs and a small waist, which makes it appear bigger."

Now, at least, she's grown to admire herself (even a bit too much sometimes) and promote that to her fans. Accepting what she's become has taken a lot for Kim Kardashian, but the reality TV star maintains that this nude photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar isn't just for her benefit.

Kim Spotted Out Without Makeup?

"I feel proud if young girls look up to me and say, 'I'm curvy, and I'm proud of it now,'" Kim admitted. Well, it's a good thing this isn't just for another endorsement.  

Source: USA Today
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