Khloé Kardashian doesn't take herself seriously and often forgets what she talks about when the cameras are rolling at her family house for their reality shows.
Khloé Kardashian doesn't take herself seriously.
The reality TV star likes to joke on and off screen and often forgets some of the intimate things she discusses with her family when the cameras are rolling for their reality TV show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
She told the new issue of Cosmopolitan magazine: ''I never take myself seriously. When I joke about my camel toe or my big vagina on TV, I don't realise how many people are watching! I'm with my sisters and we're the same off camera - that's how sisters are.
''Then I go out and someone will say, 'Oh, my god I have a big vagina too!' I'm like, 'What?' That's when I can't believe I said that out loud.
''But I love to be silly and make people laugh. It's a compliment, and liberating to think my sisters and I might make other women feel OK about talking about this stuff too.''
The 29-year-old star is proud of her body after losing 30lbs and says she doesn't dwell on what people say about her figure when they compare her to her sisters, Kim and Kourtney.
She said: ''I'm never going to be their size - I'm 5ft 10ins and they're, like, 5ft. I was really tough on myself as a teenager. They were drop-dead gorgeous and never had weight issues, but I was the 'chubby' one.
''I'm proud for losing weight when I wanted to and I've never resorted to surgery.''
Discussing cosmetic enhancements, Khloé added: ''I'm not against it - one day I probably will but it would be on my terms.
''I won't be bullied into it by social media or anyone else. I love my body and always have done.''
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