Kim Kardashian's mom and sisters FORBID her from posting a raunchy photo on Instagram to celebrate 'National Peach Day'
KIM Kardashian revealed her mom and sisters FORBID her from posting a raunchy photo on Instagram to celebrate National Peach Day.
However, the mom-of-four shared at the reunion she doesn't plan on curtailing her sexy pics anytime soon.
Follow our Keeping Up With The Kardashians live blog for full details of what to expect from the last ever season…
In a promo for part one of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians reunion special, host Andy Cohen asked Kim if she's considering posting fewer sexy pics as she continues to pursue a career as a lawyer.
Kim replied: "I thought about this and then I thought, 'You can do it all. You can do whatever you want."
She went on: "There's something freeing about being like, 'F**k it, I'm 40. I'm in the best shape of my life.' And [I can] post a [pic of myself in a] bikini studying if I want to.
"There's something empowering about that, but then I also don't want to embarrass my kids or make them feel a way about it when they're in high school and I'm the embarrassing mom posing for selfies in bikinis. There will be limits."
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The ladies also added before they post, they check with each other if their sexy pics are"too much."
They laughed recounting how one time Kim ran a snap by them, but then sent it again, hoping they'd reconsider their advice not to post it.
Kim admitted: "I listened to them, but it's National Peach Day soon."
But Kylie chimed in: "Kimberly, let it go!"
In another preview for the reunion, Khloe lashed out at Kourtney for not wanting to talk about her romantic relationships, especially with ex Scott Disick.
She felt Kim and herself "give so much" of their personal lives to the show, while "others" haven't held up "their end of the deal."
Khloe said: "I've had this conversation really openly with Kim, and we feel like we give so much and maybe others aren't holding up their end of the deal too.
"If people are going through things and don't want to share, that's unfair."
Andy then asked Khloe to "pinpoint" and example of a time when that happened.
Khloe explained: "Kourt learned how much the public was in her relationship with Scott, it made her not want to share her future dating relationship.
"We weren't even allowed to talk about it… Kourtney wouldn't even let us mention [her relationships], even though there were paparazzi photos and we were really frustrated we couldn't even talk about what Kourtney was doing."
Keeping Up With The Kardashians ended its historic television run on June 10 after 14 years and 20 seasons on the air.
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