Kim Kardashian West tries to avoid having an entourage.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star, who is expecting her second child with rapper husband Kanye West, claims she likes being as low-key as possible and never creates a strict list of demands before showing up to photo-shoots or events.

Discussing her top tips for being professional, the 34-year-old beauty said: ''I always say, don't be late. I tell my team I don't want a rider and I just want to turn up with as few people as possible and most importantly, just be gracious.''

The reality TV star recently released a book of personal images, 'Selfish,' but concedes that maybe she posts ''too many bikini selfies for some people.''

According to the UK's Daily Mirror newspaper, she said: ''But my Instagram is exactly what I want. I know some of the brands I work with might get frustrated. I will only post a picture of a brand I like if I really love it. And I also say that my Instagram is off limits in my business contracts.''

Meanwhile, Kim credits Kanye, 38, for urging her to ink a deal to launch her own computer game, which raked in an estimated $200 million last year.

Speaking at the Cannes Lions Festival in the South of France, she said: ''Kanye really talked me into doing this partnership [with Glu mobile]. He always wanted to do music for video games, so he thought it was the coolest thing in the world to have a video game with a character of myself. I thank Kanye every day for making me do this deal.

''I feel excited that we brought a female fan base to the gaming world and to the tech world. It's been a new venture for me and scary for me to step into such a male dominated world.''