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Kim Kardashian's first cover for Australian Vogue has just hit newsstands, and it's downright gorgeous!
The E! reality star sports barely there makeup for the beachside shoot, which was photographed by Gilles Bensimon and styled by one of Kim's fashion icons, Christine Centenera.
North West's mama proudly shared some of the shots on her Instagram account, writing, "I truly am so honored to have worked with one of style icons, fashion director @Centenera for this cover for @VogueAustralia and shoot in one of my favorite places in the world, Australia! Thank you Gilles Bensimon for these gorgeous pics! Can't wait to see the rest out Monday!"
And in the behind-the-scenes video of the cover shoot, which took place back in November when the brunette beauty visited Down Under, Kim opens up about her critics and what she hopes her daughter learns from all the media attention surrounding her family.
"Since I've become a mom I've figured out how to prioritize [my career] the best that I ever have. It's definitely harder but you figure it out," she admitted.
"I think the biggest misconception about me is probably that I don't work hard and everything comes easy. I like to prove people wrong and just live my life and do what I do and work hard and I'm proud of that."
Kim continued by sharing that her haters don't bring her down, saying, "Everyone has critics. I think it's really hard to live in a world where there's so many people judging you."
But all in all, Kim says Nori will learn all about the downside of being such a public figure, and how to avoid taking it personally.
"I'm gonna teach my daughter to be really strong."