Kim K writes a letter to herself and fans are dreadfully unimpressed
Kim Kardashian has a message for her future self, but the things she hopes for in 10 years' time appear to have disappointed her fans.
During an interview in Glamour's July issue, Kardashian penned a letter to herself titled "Kim Kardashian West: A Letter to Her Future Self," which reveals her hopes and dreams for 2025. They include wanting a magical tanning solution, and how she hopes to still be "on fleek."
"Dear Kim, when you read this, you'll be 10 years older in the year 2025. I hope this is where you are," she begins. "When it comes to how you feel about your body, remember to be kind to yourself and enjoy how you look now because you're not getting any younger."
In the letter, the reality TV star also reminds herself to have patience with her daughter, North West, who will be a preteen in 2025.
"Since North is now 12, I hope you remember that preteens are going through a lot. I know junior high is really tough, so remember to have a lot of patience!"
Kardashian then goes on to reveal her wishes for her four female siblings, and for her mom, Kris Jenner, as she writes "call mom every single day." However, she makes absolutely no mention of her brother Rob Kardashian.
"I hope Khloé finds her happily ever after and falls madly in love because she really deserves it. I hope Kourtney is maybe done with having babies. She has a lot on her plate and I know she doesn't want to stop anytime soon. I hope Kendall will continue to be modeling and doing whatever she loves to do. And Kylie better just be doing whatever she wants because she’s not usually one to take any direction," Kardashian writes.
Kim has quite a few expectations for herself for the future, like breaking the "100 billion mark on Instagram followers" and if not, "I'll be very disappointed in you." She also intends to "still be the queen of contouring" and would like science to "invent a mysterious and delicious green juice to keep you tan forever."
Later on in her letter, Kardashian mentions that she intends to focus on the positives in her life and not let the haters get to her. She asks herself, "Are selfies still a thing? Are the terms 'bae' and 'on fleek' soooo 2015? If not, am I still on fleek?"
For the full letter, watch the video below.