Selfie Queen Kim Kardashian Sets New Record With 6000 Selfies In Four Days


Selfie queen Kim Kardashian has dropped a lot of jaws with her latest claims to keep the crown on her beautiful head.

According to the reality TV star, she took a whopping 6000 selfies during a four-day trip to Mexico.

If you break it down, you will get an amazing 1 500 pictures per day. Now, that’s huge! Did she get to sleep?

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The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star broke down the shocking numbers on Wednesday on her sister Kendall’s app in a post titled; ‘Kim-Digits: The Breakdown of My Mexico Vacation’.

The mother of two also added that while on their sunshine break, she and her daughter North indulged in 10 watermelon smoothies and spent four hours on the beach at Punta Mita playing with Saint.

Kim took her daughter North, 3 and nine-month-old son Saint, to stay with her friend Joe Francis last month.

She also revealed she had a wardrobe of nine different bikinis at her disposal. However, she didn’t spend much time in the sun because she was “busy doing photo shoots” or it was “overcast”.

Highlight of what Kim Kardashian was up to in Mexico

• 6000 – Selfies I took

• 0 – Hours I spent in the sun “I was busy doing photo shoots or it was overcast.”

• 9 – Bikinis I wore

• 10 – Watermelon smoothies North and I drank

• 4 – hours spent on the beach with North and Saint

Nevertheless, the Kardashian beauty is the first to admit that her habit is so out of control. After publishing a collection of her selfies in 2015 termed “Selfish” she had this to say;

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“So many people think that taking selfies is just ridiculous. For me, what’s so funny is I love taking pictures and posting them on social media just for memories. I’m kind of letting them know, yes, it is ridiculous, but it’s all fun.”

Appears she’s in love with herself. Anyway, she is richly endowed and in the right places too.

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