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Kim Kardashian is constantly appearing in iconic photo shoots. From balancing champagne on her behind to climbing a tree in her birthday suit, Kim can always be counted on to be fierce and fearless.

And while Kim has curves all her own, there's an entire movement of body-positive, non-straight-size models who are taking Instagram by storm.

Diana Sirokai is one of those body positive bloggers. And she's making waves with her latest recreation of a Kim Kardashian photo shoot. Hold on to your socks because they're about to be knocked off.

Diana Sirokai is a plus size model, fashion designer, and body positive activist who's absolutely killing it on Instagram.

She has 473,000 followers and regularly gets tens of thousands of likes and hundreds of comments on her posts. The body positive blogger is not only a gorgeous model but she also uses her platform to promote inclusivity in the modeling world and prove that women of every size and shape are beautiful.

Not to mention she has her own clothing line.

You can shop the Diana By Xehar collection, which is full of fashionable plus size items for real women. The model is a one-woman success machine.

Much like Kim Kardashian.

In an interview with BuzzFeed, Sirokai said, "I've always been told that if I lost weight I'd look like Kim Kardashian. I had the idea of recreating Kim's image to show the world that we don't need to look like Kim to feel and look gorgeous." Massive props to Sirokai for knowing that she's beautiful just the way she is and not letting online haters get the best of her.

Kim Kardashian has done a lot for women with curves, but she still fits into the mainstream ideals of beauty.

Sirokai is here to say that you don't have to look like a Kardashian perched in a tree to be beautiful. No matter what size you are, you are worthy.

So which Kim Kardashian photo shoot did Sirokai recreate?

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Was it the naked tree one? The champagne one? You'll have to see to find out...

Sirokai took her own version of Kim Kardashian's iconic white swimsuit photo shoot and knocked it out the park.

Sirokai's caption on this post reads, "WE ARE BOTH WOMEN with DIFFERENT BODIES #Slay." #Slay, indeed. The 30,000 plus people who liked the photos also agree.

The reaction to the photos was beyond Sirokai's wildest dreams.

"The reaction has been absolutely insane," she told BuzzFeed. "I did not think it would go viral like that. The meaning had a huge impact on people from social media. That again reminds me why I am here. I am here to help others because I've felt like that before."

"My 'flaws' are my power," reads the caption to this post.

"If we all looked the same this world would be so boring," Sirokai told BuzzFeed. "Our bodies are never the same, we always change. Realizing that has boost my confidence; I own it at every stage of my body."

And she uses her power to spread that message of acceptance and self-love.

She's a constant positive force in a world that works so hard to bring women down, especially women who don't necessarily fit with society's old-fashioned notions of beauty.

Kim Kardashian is a real woman.

And so is Diana Sirokai. This Diana is also a Wonder Woman of epic proportions. You've got to follow her on Instagram for words of wisdom, like the following...

On one of her posts, Sirokai writes "10 things to tell yourself every morning before starting off your day."

The affirmations are: *I AM HEALTHY *I AM STRONG *I AM POWERFUL *I AM HAPPY *I AM BLESSED *I AM WEALTHY *I AM GRATEFUL *TODAY I AM A BETTER VERSION OF MYSELF THAN YESTERDAY *I CAN DO IT *I AM LOVED

Diana Sirokai is on a mission to spread love and confidence.

And we can't thank her enough for that. It's so important to see strong women like Sirokai and Kardashian loving themselves exactly the way they are. Keep slaying, Diana.

And take all our money.

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We don't want to put words in her mouth, but we're fairly certain Kim Kardashian would love Sirokai's take on her photo shoot. It proves that all types of women can literally make your eyes melt with too much hotness.