Kim Kardashian West is embracing her inner wild child during the lockdown. The famous personality impressed her 171 million Instagram followers with some daring pictures, revealing that she was dolled up but had nowhere to go.
Despite her statement of being ‘dressed up,’ Kim Kardashian seemed to have stripped down as she was spotted wearing only her underwear under a pair of white leather chaps with a cowboy style. She squatted beside a luxurious car that had a shiny metallic chrome finish.
Recently, Kim has been sharing some daring Instagram photos where she poses in her SKIMS lingerie collection. This seems to contradict her statement from last year when she expressed her desire to dress more modestly while focusing on her law career.
Kim confessed that she had intentionally attempted to conceal her provocative side by dressing in less revealing clothing, especially on her social media profiles.
According to Kim, her husband has expressed that being too sexy can sometimes be excessive and make him uncomfortable. She respects his opinion and takes it into consideration. Nonetheless, she stated that ultimately, her husband allows her the freedom to be herself and make her own decisions.
During an interview, Kim admitted that she had come to the realization that her Instagram feed was unsuitable for her children. She acknowledged that even when scrolling through it herself, nudity would frequently appear on her feed. Kim acknowledged that she was partly responsible for this, citing her infamous Paper magazine cover from Winter 2014 and the fact that she had even been in the White House.
The other day, I shared a wild photo of myself wearing a bikini, and I couldn’t help but worry if certain people would see it. I have plans to return to that place next week, and I don’t want any unnecessary attention. Last year, I had the opportunity to meet with President Trump to advocate for Alice Johnson’s release from prison. Ever since then, I’ve been passionate about pushing for reforms in the criminal justice system, as evidenced by my latest documentary series, The Justice Project.