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The Paparazzi Chase Is Too Aggressive! Kim Kardashian Compared To Princess Diana On KUWTK


Oct. 14 2013, Published 2:53 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian used to call the paparazzi herself in order to get famous but now that she’s photographed every single day she’s complaining about the attention and her sister shockingly compares when she’s chased to the late Princess Diana.

"I'm completely scared for Kim," Khloe Kardashian said in Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Preparing for motherhood, Kim is stressing about being followed 24/7 by a group of photographers, and her sister likens the situation to Princes William and Harry’s mom, who was tragically killed during a paparazzi chase in Paris in 1997.

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"It's like Princess Diana, how aggressive they were with her," Khloe says about her sister being followed by the photogs.

The princess was in the back seat of the car with Dodi Fayed and Henri Paul was driving when all three were killed after the Mercedes hit a wall in the French tunnel.

Kim did tell her sister that she isn’t quite in the same situation, saying: "I'm not Princess Diana," but her other sister, Kourtney Kardashian, warned her that the attention would increase as she went to the hospital to deliver her daughter, North West.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Khloe says they have it covered, revealing: "She's going to have an escape plan together."

While her baby daddy Kanye West has had multiple run-ins with the paparazzi, Kim has had a mostly positive relationship with photographers, but after a scary incident while in the car with her friend Jonathan Cheban, when the photographers took over her driveway, Kim told the cameras, "I'm in the line of fire."

Later, she admitted, "It's not safe.  I have to come up with a plan."



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