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Kim K to future self: Am I still on fleek?

Published 16/06/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has written a letter to her future self for Glamour magazine.

The 34-year-old reality star has penned a letter to herself, in which she is addressing the woman she’ll become ten years from now.

And the stunning brunette is hoping she’ll remain cool after the next decade passes.

"Are selfies still a thing?" she wondered in the letter, which was written for America’s Glamour magazine. "Are the terms bad and on fleek so 2015? If not, am I still on fleek?"

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is known for being quite the family woman, as she is sister to Khloé, Rob and Kourtney Kardashian as well as half-sister to Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

Kim wished her siblings well in the letter to her future self.

"I hope Khloé finds her happily ever after and falls madly in love because she really deserves it," she noted. "I hope Kourtney is maybe done with having babies. She has a lot on her plate and I know she doesn't want to stop anytime soon. I hope Kendall will continue to be modelling and doing whatever she loves to do. Kylie better just be doing whatever she wants because she's not usually one to take any direction."

Kim also shared some thoughts on her ideal future.

The star is confident she’ll still be one of the most fashionable people on the planet.

"I trust that you will still be the queen of contouring," Kim wrote. "May science invent a mysterious and delicious green juice to keep you tan forever. :) We both know that there are always so many haters out there and I just hope that you continue to ignore them and focus on everything positive."

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