Kim Kardashian would post another naked selfie

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who caused a stir earlier this year by stripping off for a selfie, covering her modesty with just two black bars - has admitted she will drop as many risque photos as she likes when the time is right.

She said: "I don't know when, but why not?"

The 35-year-old beauty - who has North, three, and six-month-old Saint with her husband Kanye West - said that as long as she is being "true" to herself, then of course, she's going to post as many selfies as she wants as long as she's "comfortable" with it.

She told Hello! Fashion Monthly magazine: "I always want to stay true to who I am. I posted a nude photo when I was pregnant and I was proud of my big belly. That was something I was comfortable with."

Meanwhile, Kim said the 70lb she lost since she gave birth to Saint in December 2015, dropped off after she became "militant" with the food she eats.

She said: "It's funny because after the last pregnancy I focused more on working out and I really had to train myself to eat healthier and better. A low-carb diet works for me, so I did Akins then - I'd done it with my dad in high school and that was the only diet I remember doing - So I was like, okay, I'm going to do this.

"I do work out because I love it. But this time, I was so militant on how I ate and it was so much more about my diet and eating low carbs ... My cravings have just diminished now."

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