You would be mistaken if you thought that the Kardashian-Jenner family enjoyed capturing and uploading images of themselves together. There is a significant amount of effort put in behind the scenes of those shiny, carefree photos.
The other day, in order to participate in a marketing campaign for the newest collection of her business Skims, Kim Kardashian, who is now 42 years old, was forced to endure the bitter cold on a windy beach in Malibu.
The celebrity tried her best to hide the fact that she wasn’t in the mood for a beach picture shoot by posing in a pink bikini as the photographers and helpers around her chilled in coats and sweatshirts.
Paparazzi from the Daily Mail were present during the shoot; but, in contrast to the official photographers working for the star family, they did not employ digital editing software like as Photoshop.
The readers of the journal were happy to see random and imperfect images of the Kardashians, which is not common for the family.
One commentator questions, in a quite reasonable manner, “And why do they correct the photo if Kim already has a perfect figure?”
Someone else chimed in, “Hmm, she needs to do something with her self-esteem – her body doesn’t look as bad as she thinks it does,” and the sentiment was widely shared.
The time has long since come for Kim and her sisters to acknowledge that it is possible to be Instagram queens despite having imperfections. Selena Gomez, the woman with the most followers on social media, is a good example of this because her blog has evolved over time into a comprehensive credo of self-love.