Kardashian: I've worked hard

Kardashian: I've worked hard

Kim Kardashian says she has worked hard for her success.

The reality TV star boasts a successful fashion and fragrance business along with her TV career but insists nothing has been handed to her and she has put a lot of effort into becoming a strong businesswoman.

In the upcoming episode of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’, she tells her brother Rob: "You say you want something, well, no one ever gave me anything, like, I worked.”

Claiming Rob just needs to work harder to become successful, she refers to the example of their sisters, saying: "I want something, I make it happen. Kourtney wants something, she makes it happen. Khloe wants something, she makes it happen.

“I've always been, like, the type, like, to hustle and do it on your own, so I feel like sometimes when you want help, I’m like, you're not directing us. I told mom 'This is exactly what I want to do,' and she made it happen. We would all help you if you had a little more guidance to us."

However, Rob insists he has been left out because he is a guy.

He says: “Majority of the time together, it’s you three, the three girls.” Milla Jovovich stole an entire tea set from a hotel.

The 'Resident Evil' actress - who has daughter Ever, four, with husband Paul W. S. Anderson - made several visits to her favourite London establishment with one of her friends to acquire the items, but admits they are not in pristine condition.

She said: "My gay husband and I - not Paul, but I have a gay husband on top of my husband - managed to steal a whole Lanesborough Hotel tea set.

"We got four cups and saucers, a sugar pot, a pot for cream and the only thing we didn't get was the teapot.

"This was all on different trips. But because we stole it, it's all broken."

Milla admits she used to regard herself as a "bad girl" and got in trouble with police many times when she was younger.

She told Empire magazine: "I thought I was a bad girl when I was a kid.

"We broke the law all the time, getting onto buses without paying.

We'd find wallets and use the credit cards on the weekends, then get arrested for it. I'm so stupid we actually got caught. Also, writing on walls - my name was Rile."

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