AceShowbiz - Khloe Kardashian makes sure to let people know that she has yet to reach her post-baby body goal. The Good American jeans founder has set the record straight after sister Kendall Jenner posted a video of her that got fans talking.
In the clip which was posted on Instagram Stories over the weekend, Khloe was seen rocking a yellow bikini as she reclined by the pool and played with her phone. Fans were stunned by how her stomach appeared flat in the video, but Khloe insisted the video was an illusion thanks to her sister's angle and camera placement.
"And I'm just seeing that Kendall posted a video of me in a bikini," she wrote on Twitter. "Thank God she knows her angles LOL cuz I do not look like I did in that video LOL laying down in a game changer. I had an hour to hang with Kenny while True was napping."
And I’m just seeing that Kendall posted a video of me in a bikini… Thank God she knows her angles LOL cuz I do not look like I did in that video LOL laying down is a game changer. I had an hour to hang with Kenny while True was napping.— Khloé (@khloekardashian) July 3, 2018
Khloe has been hard at work to get her body back since giving birth to True Thompson, her first child with boyfriend Tristan Thompson. The "Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian" host started working out six weeks after the baby's birth and has been documenting her workout journey to her social media devotees. Last month, she hit back at reports saying she lost her weight quickly by following "ridiculous diet."
Claiming it might have a negative on others, she tweeted, "I truly dislike when people report I've lost a tremendous amount of weight in a short amount of time or when people claim I'm doing these ridiculous diet. It's really setting the wrong tone. I believe in making lifestyle changes when it comes to my food."
"Dieting is great but dieting doesn't typically create long lasting results," she continued in another tweet. "I also believe that working out is so incredibly healthy and should be done to each individual's own rhythm of life. There's no one size fits all when [it comes to] health and fitness."