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Thursday 17 April 2014

Kim Kardashian: Kanye likes me skinny

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian thinks Kanye West would prefer her to be "skinny".

The reality TV star is known for her famous curves and is currently dating the Gold Digger rapper.

Despite her figure being the envy of many, Kim believes her beau would prefer her if she was slimmer.

"I'm sure [Kanye] would like it when I was skinny," she told the latest edition of British magazine Heat.

"Scott likes it when I'm skinny," her sister Kourtney chimed in, referring to her boyfriend Scott Disick.

Kim has recently been on a health kick, tweeting about her intense workouts with personal trainer Tracy Anderson.

The 32-year-old admits that staying in shape is not an easy task.

"It's a struggle for me, constantly," she confessed.

"I don't really want to change much. I just want to lean up a little bit and tone up. [Tracy] knows I don't want to change or be stick skinny or anything. I want to keep my curves but just tighten up. I fell off [my regime] recently, but now I'm like, 'I want to take this seriously, I want to work out every day for six months straight and really get it together.'"

Staying slim can also be a struggle for Kourtney - who has two young children, Mason and Penelope.

Kim wants to follow in the footsteps of her older sister and have a family of her own.

"I don't know if you could ever put a time limit on it. Of course I want that one day...I'm in no rush," she revealed.

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