Kim Kardashian is done with posing without her clothes — at least, for now.
The reality star, who recently graced the cover of W magazine in her birthday suit, told Access Hollywood that her naked magazine shoot days are over – probably. (Click HERE to see the pics)
“Never say never, but for now…,” she told Access on Monday at the Search for the World’s Best Couple event in New York City.
Kim said a previous comment to the media — that she’d stop posing nude when she hit the big 3-0 — is a remark that she’s standing by.
“I kind of was joking around when I said that when I’m 30, I’ll kind of be too old to do stuff like [that] so, right now I’ll stick with that answer,” she laughed.
Kim previously posed nude, though she was covered up by a piece of fabric, in Playboy’s December 2007 issue.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star officially turns 30 on Thursday, but she started her birthday celebrations this past weekend, holding a big bash at TAO in Las Vegas with pals including Kelly Rowland and former MTV VJ Lala Vazquez.
“I started celebrating a little early in Las Vegas and New York and I’m gonna continue the celebration until Thursday,” she told Access.
In fact, Kim is having such a blast, the reality starlet recently bought herself a super-present.
“I bought myself a Rolls Royce this year. I figure I’m turning 30, why not? I deserve it,” she said.
The star said she feels good about reaching the milestone.
“It’s been a great journey. I definitely feel really accomplished and I’m doing things now that I never even dreamed that I would be doing,” she said. “I feel like my 30s are gonna be great.”
While she is reportedly single, having split with Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin recently, and New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush earlier this year, Kim said she is inspired by love – in particular, that of sister Khloe and her husband, Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom.
“I spend a lot of time of them and I just see how genuinely in love they are. They definitely inspire me a lot,” she said.
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