Kim Kardashian West has revealed the lighting in her bathroom is designed to hide all her cellulite.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star - famous for sharing selfies in her underwear with her 159 million Instagram followers - joined husband Kanye West to chat about their favourite features in their $60 million home.
Ms Kardashian West, 39, told Architectural Digest: “The lighting in the bathroom is so good that it smooths out all cellulite. We had this light panel that we saw - maybe we saw it at the Chanel store, and the whole ceiling was just light. But we did it and it’s so cool - the whole ceiling is just one giant light but it smooths out everything.
“I start my day, I get in the shower feeling so good about about myself, like ‘Oh my god I’ve been working out so hard my cellulite is going away!’ And then I get in the closet to get dressed and I realise it’s just the lighting.”
But one room that does not make her feel so comfortable is the wardrobe she shares with her husband.
She revealed: “He completely took away the bars in the closet and you have like a whole new system for how you like to fold your clothes and how you like to organise your clothes.
"It gives me full anxiety, because then you have to steam it instead of just being hung."
During the question and answer session about their home - co-created by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt - Ms Kardashian West also admitted she had never used the swimming pool.
She said: “I’ve never used our pool actually. Can you believe that? But I love our pool.”
During the video daughter North, six, bursts in and pulls up a stool to join her parents.
Ms Kardashian West tells her: “You’re right in the middle of our shot,” before claiming their children were the inspiration for their predominantly white house, decorated with priceless works of art.
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The couple are parents to North, four-year-old son Saint, two-year-old Chicago and son Psalm, born last may.
She said: “The kids ride their scooters down the hallways and jump around on top of the low Axel tables, which they use as a kind of stage. This house may be a case study, but our vision for it was built around our family,”
Mr West agreed: “Everything we do is an art installation and a playroom.”