Kim Kardashian West to release book of selfies

Kim Kardashian is to release a book of selfies called 'Selfish'.
Kim Kardashian is to release a book of selfies called 'Selfish'. Bang Showbiz

KIM Kardashian West is to release a book of selfies.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has entitled the 352-page hardcover tome 'Selfish' and it will be released by Rizzoli New York in April 2005 priced $19.95.

Kim - who has 13-month-old daughter North with husband Kanye West - first began compiling self-taken images during a trip to Thailand with her family so she could make a "sexy" book for her spouse and was so thrilled by the results, she decided it would be the perfect addition to her product line, which also includes clothing, beauty products and a mobile app.

Speaking on her reality show, she said: "It ended up turning out so cool that we came up with this idea to do a book, a selfie book.

"And so, I'm going to make some super-racy. I mean, every girl takes full pictures of their [rear] in the mirror ... I might share some of them."

It was recently claimed Kim had hired a 'selfie expert' to ensure she always looked perfect in her pictures.

A source said: "Kim wants every picture to be a work of art and get millions of likes, so her selfie editor is in charge of making Kim always look flawless."

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