People.com: On Saturday, Khloé Kardashian, 33, made her first public appearance after her big pregnancy news at a Nordstrom’s event for the 1-year anniversary of her Good American denim line in Century City, California.
During the event, Kardashian, who wore her brand’s Good Legs Waxed Jeans in black, continued to avoid directly addressing her pregnancy but she did talk about embracing her curves.
“My weight fluctuates all the time and I love that at any size I feel comfortable,” she said. “When I was bigger and wore bigger clothes I looked even bigger. I love embracing my curves no matter what size I am.”
“Everything my mom has instilled in us and taught us just raising six crazy kids,” she said when asked about women who influence her. “I just respect all of them so much … as corny as it is.”
She also added that her grandmother Mary Jo Campbell (Kris’ mom) is a woman who she looks up to the most because “she conducts and carries herself as a woman.”
Kardashian also opened up about how social media has influenced her life.
“I think really thinking about what you’re gonna post before you post [a photo], still staying true to you but know that once you put something out there it lives on the internet,” she said. “Nowadays you can’t escape anything. So whatever you stand for if you believe in that, I’m not saying you can’t post sexy images or anything like that but just think about what you want to do with your career and your life and if that is on brand for you and that’s going to make you proud later in life then post it. I think that’s, all you can do is live for yourself. You can’t worry about what anyone else thinks but still think about at least 5 to 10 years in front of you because those things come back to haunt you.”