February 12, 2011 by Post Team 

Kardashian, Luck is not exactly being nice with Kim Kardashian at the moment. The E! Reality star has recently undergone a transformation of all kinds as iconic Cleopatra Elizabeth Taylor for Harper’s Bazaar, and of course the first thing you think right now is what happens in Egypt. So is this some sort of deliberate attempt by Kim to attract attention to the revolution in the country? It does not really seem to like her. Although it is for the March issue of the magazine, you have to believe that this shooting was underway well before the riots against Hosni Mubarak and his regime.

Although they were friends preschool went on globetrotting as well as adults, women have since been disconnected from reality.

“We had so much fun,” says Kardashian in the March issue of the magazine Harper’s Bazaar. “I had never traveled the world like that. It was so pure, all things that we did. I think I learned a lot from her. ”

But as Kardashian has grown more popular, their relationship changed something.

“We do not really talk, said” Kim & Kourtney Take New York “star.” As I always say, everyone comes into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. And it was a long time in my life. ”

Although Kardashian will not reveal the details behind their distance, she does not want the magazine, “There comes a time in life when you just split up and you realize you’re not as similar as you thought.”

Kim Kardashian and Lindsay Lohan have kept track of what happened in Egypt, despite what many may think.

The two stars hit up Twitter to show their support in the situation where President Mubarak has given control of the army on his resignation.

Kim showed how happy she was on Twitter: “What a historic day for Egypt! The inhabitants of Egypt were the stage plan below! Now they can enjoy the freedom that they deserve! “

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