AceShowbiz - Kim Zolciak has apparently worked on her revenge body following her split from Kroy Biermann. The reality TV star looks thinner than ever in new pictures as she shared her first Instagram post since calling it quits with her husband of 11 years.
On Tuesday, June 6, the Bravo personality updated the feed on her social media page by sharing pictures from a baby shower for a pal. In the images, she showed off her slimmer figure in a skintight pink dress with the straps falling down her shoulders.
The 45-year-old was joined by her daughters Brielle Biermann and Ariana Biermann in one of the group pictures. "We had the best time celebrating @bohobritt and baby River on Saturday. We took a little road trip to Augusta and we had the best time. I can't wait to meet this little nugget soon. Love you mucho Britt!!" Kim captioned the photos.
Noticing Kim's apparent dramatic weight loss, some followers expressed their concern in the comments section. "Beautiful still but too thin! Hope all is well," a worried fan wrote. "You look gorgeous but stay healthy and don't lose too much weight please," a second chimed in. "You can see who eats and doesn't," a third added.
Others sang praise for Kim regardless the negative comments. "Gorgeous!! How do u stay in such great shape??!!" one of them gushed. Another raved, "Divorce looks good on you honey," as someone else similarly said, "STRESS Most definitely looks good ON YOU @kimzolciakbiermann ITS THE BODY FOR ME."
Kim and Kroy filed for divorce from each other on May 5, one day following an argument over her locked designer items. They are both seeking sole legal and primary physical custody of their four biological children, Kroy Jagger, 11, Kash, 10, and 9-year-old twins Kane and Kaia.
Their divorce news came around the same time it was reported that the former "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star and the former football player owe $1.1 million to the IRS in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties from 2013, 2017 and 2018. They also owe the state of Georgia $15k for unpaid taxes for 2018.