Kim Kardashian's Nude Desert Photo Shoot Is Totally Hot (PHOTOS)

kim kardashianKim Kardashian is going to give birth to baby number two any day now, but she has fans very excited for another reason -- sharing gorgeous nude photos taken in the desert before she was pregnant. The stunning black-and-white nudes were photographed by Kesler Tran.


Kim shared a couple of snaps on her Instagram, and features even more on her website It is there that she revealed the photo session took place when she and husband Kanye West were trying to get pregnant with baby number two. Kim noted how she wanted to savor the moment, perhaps also noting how her body will go through those beautiful changes during pregnancy.

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� @keslertran pics on my app tomorrow @makeupbymario @mrchrismcmillan #FinallyReleasingThisDesertShoot

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Sneak peek of my desert shoot. All of the pics will be up on my app tomorrow and

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Seriously gorgeous. I love the simplicity of it and those white streaks of paint. Women are very beautiful creatures. And it's incredible to see the ways our bodies change. Before ever having a child; after we give birth -- the moments, days, months, years after. Then again after having another child. Sometimes our hips expand, our bellies change, we age and continue to exude beauty in different ways. Taking photos like these are like love letters to ourselves. And we all deserve to not only feel love from others, but to nourish our own souls by self-love.

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Kim also let fans know that she ate KFC Fried Chicken on the way to the photo shoot and then and got In-N-Out Burger and donuts after. Now that sounds like an incredible day!

This is the perfect distraction for us as we wait for news about baby number two.


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