The world has gone Kardashian Krazy, and we'd be lying if we said we weren't intrigued by the famous K's too. So when Kim Kardashian opened up to Harper's Bazaar about her daily life routine, we couldn't help sharing the highlights - for your benefit, of course.
Discover what Kim gets up to morning, noon and night below:
6am: I usually wake up really early, around six o' clock. I sleep with my Blackberry, my iPhone, and the baby monitor next to my bed. I check the monitor, and then I kind of squint on eye and look at e-mails. I don't respond to them right away; I scroll through. The first person I talk to is Kanye because he's right there next to me in bed.
6.15am: My first real conversation of the day is with North. I like to check her room as soon as I wake up. Then I go for my run. I live in a gated community with lots of horse trails, so I run on those, or on the treadmill in our home gym on the other side of the house. My workouts are usually about an hour, maybe an hour and 15 minutes total, but I like to mix them up. Running takes me about 35 minutes on the trails, and then I'll come back and work my abs or legs.
8am: I used to work out at a gym more often, but now I stay at home because I want to be there when my daughter wakes up, which is around eight. I try to have breakfast really quick, before she's up, but I'm rushing and always checking the monitor. I'll usually have scrambled eggs or oatmeal, or a protein shake with fruit. Kanye loves to eat really healthy and is always on different diets. He has a chef who comes in the morning and cooks breakfast for both of us and gets our meal plans together for the day. We just started seeing a nutritionist who changes our diet every 10 days.
10am: If I'm working or filming that day, I'll have hair and makeup done at the house. That usually takes an hour and a half. If we have a meeting in the morning, then we don't have time for hair and makeup, and we get ready ourselves. We do whatever we have time for. It's not like hair and makeup is an everyday thing. It takes me about 15 minutes to do my own makeup, and if I have my hair done from the day before, I can get ready quickly on my own. I don't wash my hair a whole lot-every three or four days. When I get it done and blow-dried, that lasts for a while.
11.30am: Usually we've finished getting ready about half an hour before we start filming at noon. We don't really get breaks because we have three crews and they switch to get their breaks. We break only if we eat, if we break at all.
12pm: When we're not filming I'll have one or two meetings a day, usually starting at noon. Once a week we have a design meeting with Sears, and that's always three hours. We'll talk about anything from fabrics to fit. Or we have meetings for other projects.
1pm: I prefer to have the chef make my lunch because it'll be healthier. Lately it's been fish and vegetables, or chicken and vegetables, something like that.
2pm: I can't live without talking to my family. I'm obsessed with them. We're on group chats every single day.
3pm: If I need a sweet-tooth fix, I'll have those Justin's peanut butter packs; the almond butter is also really good. I'll just eat it plain. I used to drink a ton of iced tea, but I've cut back.
7pm: For dinner, I have vegetables and fish or chicken, just like lunch. I don't really have cocktails or desserts - I mean, I wish! Haagen-Dazs is my biggest indulgence - their Dulce de Leche flavour is my favourite thing in life. I'm kind of a homebody, so I've been staying in a lot lately.
9pm: Once the baby's asleep, I like to unwind by getting in bed and doing some work. I'll put on a robe and answer e-mails or go online.
11pm: I always put my hair up and use makeup wipe to wash my face off, and I apply facial oil or moisturiser before bed. I go to bed around 10, 11 at the latest. I always fall right to sleep. I'm usually so tired, I just pass out.
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