Khloe Kardashian appears on her very first Cosmopolitan cover, gracing the Middle East edition and giving a very candid interview.
Along with talk about her career, her struggles with her father's death and husband Lamar Odom, Khloe opens up about her body image, especially in comparison to her sisters.
"Dealing with the Kardashian body image," she answers when asked what is the toughest part of being a Kardashian. "Kim and Kourtney have said to me, 'If we were put under the same negative attention that you are, we couldn't handle it.' If I want to wear a long flowing dress, someone will say I'm pregnant. I believe we're not given any more than we can handle and most of the time I can handle it. But we all have fat days and if I'm having one of those days, those sorts of things make me feel down."
That said, she isn't ashamed of her curves.
"Girls tell me and my sisters, 'We love your booties,' Khloe reveals. "Just yesterday a really thin stylist said to me, 'I wish I had your booty. I don't have one.'"
Even her sister Kim has insecurities, Khloe adds, which surprises her. "Kim, who I think is flawless, is always complaining. She complains about cellulite and I tell her, 'I'll trade your cellulite for my love handles.'"
Khloe has talked about her weight in the past; in January, she wrote that her "weight is [her] biggest lifetime struggle." In June, she batted down pregnancy rumors, insisting that she was "just fat."
In February, Khloe talked about the negative things she hears about her weight.
"I'm the ugly sister," Khloe said. "I'm the fat one. I'm the transvestite. I have had those mean things said about me at least twice a day for the last five years. It's horrible, you know? But I can brush that stuff off."
For more from Cosmo, click over to Khloe's blog.