Khloe Kardashian is the latest cover star of Australia’s most read sunday magazine, Stellar. The youngest sister of the Kardashian clan looked amazingly chic as she flaunted her fitbod in a pair of jeans and camo jacket.
In an exclusive interview, the reality star turned business woman opens up about her famous family, ignoring the critics, how her battles with body-image have shaped her parenting and her collaboration with Australian fashion line, THE ICONIC for her Good American active wear range.
Below are few excerpts from the interview.
On social media: “I forget that millions of people are looking. I see if my friends comment, but I don’t get notifications when everyone else does. And I don’t really read through my comments – because that could not be good for my self-esteem.”
On raising daughter True and teaching her self-confidence: “As silly as it sounds, I do positive affirmations with her in the morning. We sit in front of the mirror. It’s so corny: ‘I am beautiful!’ I never, ever considered myself chubby or overweight. I didn’t know that I was until I went on TV, and everyone told me that I was ‘fat’. I never felt that way because my family never allowed me to. Anything about me that was positive, they would point out. It’s my job to make her feel, no matter what she looks like, that she is strong and confident and beautiful, and it’s OK to embrace all different shapes, sizes, and ethnicities. My whole family is a melting pot of race and skin tone and hair color and height – everything. That’s our reality and our children need to know how beautiful diversity is.”
On having every step of her life documented for public consumption: “I’m so used to being public that it doesn’t really bother me. I’m just so comfortable having everyone along for the ride.”
Photo Credit: Stellar Magazine
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