Kardashian insecure about her figure

Kardashian insecure about her figure

The reality TV star Kim Kardashian says she often worries about her body and often struggles to feel good about her womanly shape.

She said: “I’m not always confident – of course I have hang-ups like everyone else. I’ve never been a big fan of my thighs, but I do love my stomach when it’s in shape. I work out with my personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson, for an hour each day and do classes. But I enjoy running on the treadmill.”

The 29-year-old beauty also admitted to trying Botox but said she would think carefully before having plastic surgery.

She explained to Closer magazine: “I don’t worry about ageing. I might consider a ‘lift’ but women in Los Angles go too far. I don’t want to end up with big puffy lips and a scary stretched-back face.”

Although she is conscious of her figure, Kim admits she finds it difficult to stay away from junk food.

She said: “When I fancy a snack I reach for cookies. I’m a classic yo-yoer, but I’m always determined to get back into shape.”

Kim – who will launch a new clothing line K-Dash with her sisters Khloe and Kourtney and mother Kris Jenner on September 10 - complained last week that she was having difficulty finding a dress to fit her for the Emmy Awards last Sunday.

She said: “My stylist Monica has some amazing choices . . . I haven’t fit into anything yet.”

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