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Kiwi Playboy model ambassador for Khloe Kardashian’s line

She’s used to being in the spotlight, being a Playboy model. 

And now New Zealand-born babe, Gemma Lee Farrell, has been announced as a new ambassador for for Khloe Kardashian’s denim line, Good American. 

The buxom brunette revealed that despite her flawless figure, she sometimes feels she looks like a ‘sloth.’

 

‘I have my days where I look like a sloth!’ Stunning New Zealand Playboy model Gemma Lee Farrell (pictured) is named ambassador for Khloe Kardashian’s denim line

In a blog post shared on GoodAmerican.com, Gemma said she’s content with her curves but added:  ‘I work out really hard everyday. But I do have my days where I’m like “What the hell is going on? Why do I look like such a sloth?”

In the interview, she added that she needs to do classes to workout, or workout with a trainer. 

‘I have the attention span of a monkey when it comes to working out by myself so I need someone to motivate me,’ Gemma said.

How she keeps in shape: In a blog post shared on GoodAmerican.com , Gemma said she needs to do classes to workout, or workout with a trainer

How she keeps in shape: In a blog post shared on GoodAmerican.com , Gemma said she needs to do classes to workout, or workout with a trainer

If you've got it! Gemma boasts 1.1 million Instagram followers and regularly strips down to bikinis, thrilling her fans

If you’ve got it! Gemma boasts 1.1 million Instagram followers and regularly strips down to bikinis, thrilling her fans

Gemma boasts 1.1 million Instagram followers and regularly strips down to bikinis, thrilling her fans. 

According to her Playboy profile, the stunner was named Miss November in 2013 and was the first Kiwi playmate.

She also described herself as an ‘ugly duckling at school,’ before going on to pose for the likes of Zoo and Sports Illustrated.

Khloe, 33, recently told Teen Vogue about her line, saying why it’s ‘important’ to have a range that is for women of all shapes and sizes. 

Flaunting her curves: She also described herself as an 'ugly duckling at school,' before going on to pose for the likes of Zoo and Sports Illustrated

Flaunting her curves: She also described herself as an ‘ugly duckling at school,’ before going on to pose for the likes of Zoo and Sports Illustrated

Babe! According to her Playboy profile , the stunner was named Miss November in 2013 and was the first Kiwi playmate

Babe! According to her Playboy profile , the stunner was named Miss November in 2013 and was the first Kiwi playmate

The blonde beauty said she’s all about ‘women’s empowerment.’

‘I used to be heavier and bigger, and a lot of the designer denim boutiques didn’t carry my size,’ Khloe said. 

‘I always felt fat-shamed, and it was embarrassing, and you don’t feel good about yourself.’

‘I wanted to wear the denim that my sisters wear, and be cute and fashionable.’

'Women's empowerment': Khloe, 33, recently told Teen Vogue about her line, saying why it's 'important' to have a range that is for women of all shapes and sizes

‘Women’s empowerment’: Khloe, 33, recently told Teen Vogue about her line, saying why it’s ‘important’ to have a range that is for women of all shapes and sizes

 

 

 

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