Kim Kardashian reveals her jaw-dropping curves in sexy selfie after vowing she'd given them up

The 37-year-old showed off her sensational curves despite claiming she no longer likes taking pics of herself.

In the Instagram snap, she wore a skin-tight sports bra and tiny black pants.

Kim, who has her own book on selfies, made the bizarre pledge during an interview with Sam Ruben on today’s This Morning.

When his producer asked for a picture with her she refused, saying: “I don’t take selfies anymore, I don’t really like them anymore. It’s not all about taking selfies, I used to spend too much of my time taking selfies."

Asked why, she replied:“I would just like to live in real time a little more. I don’t mind pictures, but I’m just not on my phone as much anymore.”

The comment might come as a bit of a surprise to fans, considering her Instagram page is littered with snaps of herself taken just days ago.


Over the years Kim has become well-known for her selfie taking, including naked ones of herself and has admitted in the past she can take up to 30 in a row to get the perfect shot.

During the interview Kim also revealed that the family try to tone down their arguments on their famous reality show – Keeping Up With The  Kardashians.

She said: “If anything we try to tone it down so we don’t seem crazy. But this series I really struggled.”

Teasing drama to come, she added: “Kourtney was driving me crazy.”


Kim also backtracked on her recent comment that she would consider a move into politics after visiting Donald Trump in the White House to appeal for his help in freeing first-time drug offender Alice Johnson from jail.

“To me that was not really a political move, that was just a personal feeling, more a people instinct,” she said.

“I saw her case and thought I had the resources to help her out. I am not really trying to get into politics. That is not really what my goals are.”


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