Kim Kardashian West tattooing breasts?

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KIM Kardashian West is planning to tattoo her breasts.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is reportedly considering getting an inked tribute to her daughter North on her ample assets but the idea has "horrified" her mother and manager Kris Jenner.

A source told the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper: "Kris is horrified. She believes her daughter's breasts are gorgeous and any tattoos directly on them could ruin her chances of future nude and semi-naked modelling."

Meanwhile, Kim has been offering tattoo advice to her younger sister Khloé Kardashian after the 31-year-old star underwent laser treatment to have her "tramp stamp" removed.

She said at the time: "The end of an era.... Got this bad boy when I was 16.... Not so cute anymore. I should've listened to Kim when she told me 'you don't put a bumper sticker on a Bentley.' (sic)"

And the 34-year-old beauty is happy to document her changing body shape as she goes through her second pregnancy.

She said: "I've learned to love my body at every stage! I'm going to get even bigger & that's beautiful too! I'm blessed to even be pregnant & even luckier to not have preeclampsia as far as I know, so I don't have the swelling issue this time! They also say your body carries a boy different than a girl! (sic)"

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