So we were mistaken, TODAY is the day Kim K broke the Internet

So we were mistaken, TODAY is the day Kim K broke the Internet

*BEWARE* Major NSFW content!

Since the release of Kim Kardashian's ‘cheeky’ photos yesterday the Interweb lost all control.

And we truly believed that the US magazine Paper achieved what it set out to do, and that was to ‘Break The Internet’ … until today.

KIMMY GOES FULL-FRONTAL

It was rumoured that magazine had more photos coming our way but we were NOT expecting this!

And because it's still in the early hours here are the censored pics:

So we were mistaken, TODAY is the day Kim K broke the Internet

So we were mistaken, TODAY is the day Kim K broke the Internet

If you dare to see the orginal just click here

Ammmm …. WOW!

Though we have to admit we are more surprised that she is smiling in the pictures, far from her usual pout filled selfies.

Of course we did Kim.

In the piece she describes her wirlwind everyday life that involves "about ten cars of paparazzi literally waiting outside our homes" and the two hours of hair and makeup she endures every day, regular meetings, wardrobe fittings, photo shoots and 5am workouts.

She talks about not hiding her private life from the public and her ability to control her own narrative.

"I love sharing my world with people," she tells Paper. "That's just who I am … I'm not really a filter person. I think you've seen every side of me on my show."

Well if we didn't, we have now!

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