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Kim Kardashian wants to be in nude Playboy shoot

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has expressed her desire to pose for a "nude" Playboy photo shoot now she has given birth to her and Kanye West's daughter North West.

The reality TV star has expressed her desire to do a "nude shoot" for the men's magazine after she gave birth to her daughter North West - her first child with partner Kanye West - on June 15.

She made the revelation in scenes filmed for the upcoming series of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' - and has admitted she would like to take part in another risque photo shoot.

Speaking before her baby's birth, she said: "As soon as I pop this thing out, I want to do Playboy or some nude shoot."

Kim - who posed for the magazine in 2007 - previously blasted the publication for posting the photographs online in 2010, once she became famous.

However, she has also claimed her decision to appear in Playboy was to cement her "independence".

She previously explained: "It was an independence thing for me. I was always by the book, such the straight arrow when it came to pleasing my parents and being a good daughter.

"I felt like this was one decision that only I could make. And I think it looks great. I'll have those pictures forever."

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