KHLOE Kardashian looked unrecognizable in her Cosmo UK photoshoot.

In the accompanying interview, the 37-year-old admitted she “can’t drown out the noise” from trolls.

Khloe stunned in a series of photos – which were taken by Dennis Leupold – featured in The December 2021/January 2022 issue of Cosmopolitan UK.

The issue is on sale beginning on November 23.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wore her blond hair straight and down, while she modeled numerous looks in the shoot.

On the cover, Khloe kept things casual as she wore a white crop top and patchwork jeans.

Other photos caught the mother of one rocking a tight cream dress and denim jacket and light wash jeans and a tank top.

Khloe opened up about a number of topics in the interview with Cosmo UK, including how she deals with her haters.

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The KUWTK star told the outlet: "I have my days.

“There are definitely times that I’m like, 'I don’t give an a** about anything.’

“I have this great ability to block everything out.

“Then I have times where I struggle and I can’t drown out the noise, and I get mad at myself for not being able to. It’s a vicious cycle.”

She added: “You have to take every day as it comes.

“There are definitely times when we’re like, ‘Just get these cameras out of our faces!’”


Khloe then touched on her fans that feel over-familiar with her due to her openness on her family’s show and social media, sharing: “I’m such a people person.

“Someone will call me Khlo or Koko [her nicknames] and I’m like, ‘Heyyy!’ I have to be reminded that I don’t know this person, they just watched the show.”

She added that some fans have even asked her personal questions, revealing: “When I was married [to basketball player Lamar Odom] people would come up to me and give me sex advice because I was trying for a baby for so long.

“It’s sweet – I understand they were trying to be helpful, but I’m beyond talking about sexual positions with a stranger.”

Khloe and Lamar, 42, tied the knot in 2009, while their divorce was finalized in 2016.


Also during the interview, Khloe praised her sister Kim Kardashian, 41, for being the person she turns to while in crisis.

Khloe said: “She’s the PR crisis helper. Poor girl.

“She’s really calm and now that she knows all this legal jargon she will say things that make you feel reassured – I don’t even know what they mean.

“If there’s any kind of drama, you talk to her about it, She’s like, ‘we’ll figure it out.’ She comes up with a plan – she’s a little wizard like that.

“Either I feel calm or I’m like, ‘Why the f**k aren’t you more upset! I don’t understand why you’re so calm about this.’”

Khloe likely leaned on her older sister after her split from Tristan Thompson, 30, over the summer.

The former couple- who share three-year-old daughter True- called it quits following the NBA star’s many cheating scandals.


Speaking of how becoming a mother changed her, Khloe admitted she's much more empathetic after welcoming True.

The TV personality said: "The motivation that having a child gives you… you want them to be proud of you so badly.

"That’s not just work, but my manners and how I treat people.

"You just carry yourself in a different way, or I try to."

She continued: "Three is the best age.

"She was telling me the craziest story this morning and I was like, ‘Where did you get all these words from?'"


Khloe also opened up about her Good American denim line in the issue, sharing: “I feel like I’ve had Good American for so much longer than five years, but at the same time, I feel like we’re just getting started.” 

The mother of one noted that she values Kim's opinion on the brand, commenting: “We definitely give each other advice and opinions.

"Kim will send me ideas of things I should do for new collections … She’s really good at giving advice."

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