Tattoo babe who covered 70% of body in ink recreates Kim Kardashian’s naked snap

An Instagram model who is obsessed with tattoos stunned in her latest post.

Over the past few years, Aurore Pariente has been on a mission to cover 70% of her body in ink.

After beginning her obsession four years ago, the French beauty admits she's lost count with how much ink she has.

Now since the famous Kim Kardashian snap which broke the internet in 2016, Aurore has decided to replicate the pose.

With only a few black stripes covering her private parts, the model, who has 1.6 Instagram followers, showed off her tattooed body.

And she looks absolutely stunning.

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In the caption of the original image posted in 2016, Kim, 39, joked: "When you're, like, I have nothing to wear."

Aurore wanted to show that, unlike the reality star, she still has the tattoos.

The make-up artist posed in front of the mirror showcasing her tattoos for the first time all over her body.

She said: "In the photos I show to my fans, I always posed on the side or showed some part of the tattoos."

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Aurore continued: "Today everyone can see them in full and how they are distributed in my body."

The stunner began tattooing her body after growing sick of being compared to US actress Megan Fox.

She previously said: "At the beginning of my career, I was always told that I looked a lot like Megan Fox, but I didn’t like that.

"So I started tattooing myself to feel unique."

Now after inking 70% of her body, Aurore is unaware of how many tattoos she actually has.

She revealed: "Not yours to say the number because they are all connected, each piece of the drawing connects with another.

"I already thought about removing a tattoo in the beginning, but now I feel more free with them, I'm used to it.

"The only parts I don't have a tattoo on my body are on my neck, butt and breasts."

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