Khloe Kardashian is reportedly upset with post pregnant body as a photo with True emerges
Khloe Kardashian gave birth to a healthy baby girl five weeks ago and has been keeping to herself since. On her maiden walk with her daughter, the reality TV star was captured by the paparazzi as expected but she is as surprised as we are at the size of her butt. A Hollywood Life report.
Khloe Kardashian, 33, was spotted outdoors for the first time since the birth of her baby, True Thomson, and most people marveled at how shapely she looked. The mother of one was equally surprised but mostly at the size of her butt. She took to her website (paywall) to express her thoughts on the photos.
“When I saw myself in those first post-pregnancy paparazzi photos, I couldn’t believe how big my booty looked! I can’t wait to tone up again and get my body back to where it was. I’m super excited because my doctor finally cleared me this week to work out and I’m going to meet with Coach Joe! I’ve literally been counting down the days.”
As fans know, the Revenge Body creator has always had a voluptuous butt, but it certainly got bigger during her pregnancy. Although the photos surprised her, Khloe noted that she hadn’t gained as much weight as initially expected. “I’m actually proud of myself for not being as big as I assumed I would be, LOL. But I’m ready to start getting my body back and feeling mentally clear again. Bring on summer and the hard work — I got this!” Yes, mama! You can do it!
In the meantime, an insider says that The Good American founder is keen on keeping her family together and so she will stay will Tristan Thomson regardless of his cheating. “At the end of the day Khloe decided that keeping her family together is the most important thing of all, so she decided to stay with Tristan and make it work.” The insider added that Khloe made it clear she would not tolerate Tristan’s embarrassment again. “Tristan has given her his word that he won’t mess up again, and Khloe is choosing to believe him.”
What do you think of Khloe’s post-baby body?