Kim Kardashian Has Body Issues Just Like Regular Women

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Kim Kardashian may seem like she breathes rarified air compared to most women. She is super-famous. She is rich. She is part of a television empire. Kim Kardashian is so big she can aim to break the Internet.

But Kim Kardashian says she is not that much different from most women when it comes to wardrobe issues, especially when she is pregnant.

"You know, earlier today, I was wearing these pregnancy Spanx and they were newer, so they weren't really the color tone of what I used to wear, and so you totally saw through, and I was just like 'Fuck it, I'm more comfortable in that and it's just going to be one of those days'—I wasn't feeling good," she told Elle Magazine.

Speaking of Spanx, Kim admits to somethiung that one might not expect a supermodel to admit in public.

"But you know, sometimes I wear two pairs [of Spanx] under something or stockings—it holds you in."

Part of Kim Kardashian's trouble was that she was not yet pregnant when her weight gain started, but she was taking hormones in an effort to get pregnant. Those treatments hit her in the scales. That caused the mighty Kim K to feel as insecure as anyone.

"And when you go on all these hormones and stuff, before I felt like, you know, I was trying everything so I was getting bigger and bigger and I was like 'No, I'm not pregnant yet, I need to be skinny.' So, I was definitely insecure."

But, wait. Kim Kardashian gets even more person with her clothing struggle admissions. She has trouble wearing heels, and she unbuttons her pants in the car.

"And, I mean, sometimes I'll wear something and I'll get inside and be like 'Oh my God, I want to take these shoes off,' like 'That was not normal, I can't wear these, I need to just leave and take them off.' So it might look good in the picture, but I get them and then like, I've got to be normal and like unbutton my pants when I get in the car. I happen to hate the way I look in flats. It's really hard for me so I'm already thinking, like, 'What the fuck am I going to do?' And when I was pregnant, it was the hardest thing. But I know it's better and easier, you know, so it's a struggle."

Mike Tuttle
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