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Kim Kardashian reveals last place she went where she wasn't recognised by anyone
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Kim Kardashian reveals last place she went where she wasn't recognised by anyone

Kim Kardashian opened up about being one of the most famous people on the planet

Kim Kardashian has revealed the last place she visited where no one recognised her.

The reality star is one of the most famous people on planet Earth; wherever she and her extensive entourage go, there are crowds of people and paparazzi there following them.

But as you can imagine, it's a double-edged sword. While it can get quite draining, it also helps Kim K stay relevant and subsequently earn bucket loads of cash.

And during her chat with Jay Shetty for his 'On Purpose' podcast, the 42-year-old opened up about life being one of the most recognisable people around.

At one point, Shetty asked Kim when was the last time she went unnoticed in a crowd.

"When was the last time you went somewhere where someone didn’t know who you were?” he asked.

Kim Kardashian opened up about the difficulties of being a global star.
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“Or actually, was there a moment when someone said to you: ‘Who are you? What do you do?’ Like when was the last time you had a reaction like that."

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star said there was on place that holds an important place in her heart: Japan.

She explained: "Everyone is really respectful, and even if they might recognise you, they don’t ask for photos.

"It’s a really amazing experience. I think it’s important.”

Kim, who has four children - North, nine, Saint, seven, Chicago, five, and Psalm, four - told the host that she thinks it's important for them to experience some normality every now and again.

"Listen, I love my life," she went on. "I love everything that comes along with it.

“I am not complaining. But a little glimpse of that I think, especially for the little ones, is so good.”

Kim says daughter North is willing to speak up if she's not happy about the attention.
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She added: “I think they grew up seeing the cameras and they grew up seeing that, even as babies.

"We’d walk out and there’d be paparazzi, so it’s not really something that they acknowledge a lot.”

However, she said she was proud of her kids for standing up for themselves when they're not comfortable with the attention they're receiving.

North famously held up a sign with the word 'stop' written across it when the paps were taking photos of her at a fashion show in Paris.

“My daughter’s really vocal," Kim added. "She’ll tell them when she doesn’t want them around and to leave her alone and to stop.

“I love that they used their little voices.”

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