Reality star Kim Kardashian has seen her body change since giving birth to daughter North West - but has she accepted it?
Poor old Kim Kardashian. The reality star famously battled with her weight while pregnant with daughter North West and had the world’s eyes on her as she tried to dress her changing shape.
After managing to shed some of the extra pounds following Nori’s arrival, Kim was still curvy but seemed very confident about her new figure.
Remember THAT swimsuit selfie (or belfie rather) that she took just FOUR MONTHS after giving birth? Not the actions of someone unhappy with their looks.
But it seems that Kim, 34, still isn’t entirely satisfied with her post-baby body.
On Thursday Kanye West‘s wife posted a telling #throwbackthursday picture from 2009, four years before she became a mummy.
Posing with gorgeous sister Kourtney – who was expecting her first child Mason at the time – Kim appears very slender in a tight white dress on an awards show red carpet.
‘Since it’s award season I will do my #TBT to the time Kourtney and I went to the Emmys,’ Kim captioned the photo. ‘She was pregnant and I was about 15 to 20 pounds thinner.’
Luckily fans were quick to reassure Kim that it’s totally normal for motherhood to have a lasting effect on our figures.
‘Babies just do something to our bodies,’ one kind follower Tweeted.
Others think Kim looks just as great now as she did back then.
‘You looked amazing then but you seriously look better now 😊❤️,’ an admirer commented.
Another enthusiastic fan wrote: ‘2 GORGEOUS & STUNNING LADIES!!! BOTH LOOK AWESOME!!!’
Given that Kim is keen to have another child soon, she might just have to come to terms with the fact that she’s going to be a bit curvier.
But the mum-of-one still seems to be lusting after a slimmer figure.
Earlier this week she posed for a selfie in an eye-wateringly tight waist training corset, despite claims by a weight loss doctor that it could result in tissues in her body weakening due to constricted blood flow, therefore affecting her chances of conceiving.
However gynecologic specialist Dr Lauren Streicher told the MailOnline that it would make no difference to her getting pregnant or getting through her first trimester smoothly.