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Copy of Copy of People Kanye Kim vogue ~1.JPG AP This cover image taken for Vogue shows the April 2014 issue of the high fashion magazine featuring rapper Kanye West and TV personality Kim Kardashian. Photo: Vogue, Annie Leibovitz

London - Kim Kardashian is “over the moon” about her VOGUE cover, despite some of the negative reactions it has received.

The reality star has reportedly brushed off negative comments about her long-awaited cover and spread in the prestigious US magazine, and is grateful to Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour for making her dream a reality.

A source revealed to E! News: “She's thrilled about it - completely over the moon. For her, this is a dream come true.

“[Kim] doesn't spend time worrying about the haters. She's not stressing about the backlash, she honestly doesn't pay attention to

stuff like that.”

The controversial decision to put the 33-year-old beauty and her fiancé Kanye West on the cover of VOGUE's April edition caused outrage in the fashion world, with celebrities including Sarah Michelle Gellar threatening to cancel her subscription to the elite magazine.

The announcement caused shockwaves when the image - which sees Kim looking demure in a Lanvin bridal gown as Kanye nestles up to her - was unveiled on Friday , since Anna was previously said to have declared the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star would only appear in the publication “over her dead body.”

However, Kim is thrilled with the result and it seems no one was more surprised than her friends, who were kept in the dark about her career landmark.

The insider added: “She didn't tell anyone it was coming. Everyone found out with the rest of the world. But everyone's really excited

for her. - Bang Showbiz

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