Kim Kardashian goes nude in post-baby selfie photo
UPI News Service, 03/07/2016
Kim Kardashian stripped down for a post-baby selfie on Monday, just three months after welcoming son Saint West.
The 35-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star and mom-of-two showed off her post-baby figure in a NSFW photo on Instagram, writing, "When you're like I have nothing to wear LOL."
The censored selfie garnered over 700,000 likes and generated more than 100,000 comments.
Some were impressed by Kardashian's slim figure, while others chided her for posting the photo as a mother.
"Money cannot buy class. Why do you do this to your kids?" one user wrote.
Another referenced the star's nude Paper magazine cover, writing, "When your only goal in life is to break the Internet."
Kardashian and husband Kanye West welcomed Saint on Dec. 5 and are also parents to 2-year-old daughter North West.
The reality star gained 60 pounds during her pregnancy with Saint but had lost 30 pounds as of Jan. 19.
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"I'm so excited! I'm 30 lbs down today but 40 more to go! I'm so focused," she tweeted at the time.
"I gained 60lbs during my pregnancy but have been an extra 10lbs up for the past few years so it's time to really get to my goal."
Kardashian had posted a nude photo while pregnant in response to speculation about her changing body. She previously told fans she was looking forward to hitting the gym and regaining her figure in a blog post prior to Saint's birth.
"As much as I really hate the whole feeling of being pregnant, I enjoy the challenge of getting my body back after it's all over," she wrote.
"I feel so accomplished when I'm back where I want to be."
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