Kourtney Kardashian says she loves being in the buff.
The 40-year-old reality TV star has no issues getting naked and that includes showing off her stretch marks .
The eldest member of the famous Kardashian siblings made the admission in Rose Inc , when asked: "When do you feel most desirable?" To which the mother of three replied: "Naked. Tiger stripes and all."
This is not the first time that Kourtney has showcased her body confidence.
Last year she posted a picture of herself to her Instagram page where she was kneeling up on the back of a boat, dressed in a sexy black cut-a-way bathing suit, dark sunglasses and a straw hat.
In the picture the stretch marks on her hips are clearly visible, as she poses defiantly.
"Thank you so much for not editing out your stretch marks!!' one fan commented on the filter–free picture.
To which the Poosh website owner replied: "I love my little stripes."
Another fans commented: "Thank you for being real. we should be proud of our war wounds from our beautiful babies."
Kourtney's younger sister Kylie also shares Kourtney's appreciation of stretch marks.
The mother of two-year-old Stormi, 22, spilled in October that she has stretch marks from delivering her daughter in 2018.
"I haven’t gotten rid of them," she said.
"[I’ve] just accepted them as a little gift from Stormi."
Kourtney, who is mother to Mason, 10, Penelope, seven and Reign, five, also hit back at mummy shamers saying "the one thing she will never apologise for" is kissing her kids on the lips" as she slammed unsolicited parenting advice.
"No one knows my kids better than me. I’ve got this, I’m good, thanks," she said.
She added: "I really try to not give energy to things that aren’t worthy of my energy.
"Once in a while, I may respond to a negative comment for fun, or if something really does bother me I definitely have the platform to correct it… but I usually don’t think twice.
"No matter what it is that I am doing, someone has something to say, good or bad."
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