Kourtney Kardashian denies being pregnant after posting this snap
Kourtney Kardashian is a woman completely comfortable in her own skin so she’s not wasting time trying to have the flattest stomach in the world in a pictures.
The reality star was forced to set the record straight about her body after fans started to speculate that she was showing the start of a baby bump in a recent picture.
Kourt, 41, decided to bless the gram with snaps of her in a teeny bikini and some followers thought her figure was hinting at pregnancy.
After one fan commented, ‘SHE’S PREGNANT’, the mother-of-three decided to stop the speculation before it got any further.
Kourtney replied: ‘this is me when I have a few extra pounds on, and I actually love it. I have given birth three times and this is the shape of my body.’
Kourtney is already mother to three children – Mason, 10, Penelope, seven, and Reign, five – whom she shares with former boyfriend Scott Disick.
In a 2018 episode of KUWTK, Kourtney revealed she was freezing her eggs in case she wanted to have more kids after turning 40 (which she did in April 2019).
Explaining her decision, the Poosh founder said: ‘I just feel like this is for safety. I hope that going through all of this is worth it.
‘I don’t want to put my body through something like this again. The emotions of it all are just a lot.’
Detailing the process of injecting hormones, Kourt continued: ‘I’ve been so up and down emotional because I’ve been doing the shots for the egg freezing. It’s like crazy. I feel like I want to jump out of my skin. I’m so crazy, I can’t take it.’
During another KUWTK episode, Kim claimed Scott told her he wanted to have ‘just one more’ child with his ex.
However, he was forced to deny the claims and explained to Kourt that his words had been twisted, stating: ‘I would not go and call up your family and say I want to knock you up.’
Kourtney is currently believed to be single although she was recently rumoured to have reconciled with ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima after they were seen together.
Source: Read Full Article