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Can you believe that ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ has been around for a decade?
The Kardashians can’t either.
The entire family (excluding brother Rob) celebrated by posing up a storm in their underwear for a group shoot in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter. Because of course they did.
In the 10-page spread, the Kardashian clan also posed alone with 20-year-old Kylie Jenner wowing in a white power suit.
Khloe, meanwhile, ditched the stylist’s recommendations and choose a white satin coat from her own wardrobe.
Surprisingly, Kim didn’t have an outfit change for her second shot, and chose to stick to her full Yeezy ensemble that featured a mega-expensive necklace – also designed by Kanye West.
The world’s most famous family revealed a lot in the accompanying interview.
Kim talked about her hopes to have another baby. When asked about the possibility of having a third child to join North and Saint, the 36-year-old said: “I hope so. There have been a lot of things said and Kanye and I have not confirmed anything. We’re definitely trying. We are hoping so.”
Rumours have been circulating that Kim and Kanye have already hired a surrogate for their next child but Kim neither confirmed nor denied the story.
As well as her potential pregnancy, Kim also spoke about the struggles of having your life on camera. She revealed that the hardest part for the entire family was “probably Caitlyn’s transition and just seeing my mum and Khloe having such a hard time.”
“We never really edited content before, but we did edit a bit of Khloe’s reaction just because she was so upset.”
Kourtney – the eldest Kardashian sister – admitted that her hardest episode was her break-up with long-term partner Scott Disick.
“I had a lot of anxiety about it, and finally said let’s just get this over with,” she commented. “I sat down and started crying. You go through something, and then you move past it.”
“Then you do your interview, and get all riled up again. And then you see the episode, and start seeing all these comments [on social media].”
21-year-old Kendall Jenner reportedly cried after the backlash from her tone-deaf Pepsi ad but didn’t want her tears to be aired to the world. The model touched on the lessons she and younger sister, Kylie, have learnt from their older siblings.
“The beauty of having older sisters is you learn so many lessons from them,” she noted. “I’ve seen how their relationships have played out on TV so I learned that lesson. I I feel like it’s just better to keep it more private.”
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