Even though the Kardashians are known for their ~kurves,~ Kylie Jenner is taking drastic measures to get her dream body. After giving birth to her daughter, Stormi, in February 2018, she admitted to Glamour UK that “pregnancy completely changed my body at a super young age. But I really don’t care.” However, an insider revealed to In Touch magazine that the 21-year-old is on a super strict diet that isn’t healthy.
“Kylie’s become totally fixated on having the perfect figure,” an insider told In Touch exclusively, adding that she could be living on just 500 calories a day. The beauty mogul has always eaten pretty clean, but now, she is taking her diet extremely seriously. Kylie “pinches her stomach and thighs and complains she’s fat,” the insider continued. “She’s practically starving herself. She’ll do anything it takes to lose more weight, even if it means risking her health.”
The reality star has even turned to her sister Kim Kardashian, 38, for inspiration. In August 2018, the mom-of-three admitted that she was 116 pounds after fluctuating for so many years. “I know it’s really early and Stormi’s so little, but you just have to roll with it,” Kim told Kylie on an episode from the latest season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians about her post-baby body. “You just have to be confident, get some things that make you feel good about yourself and find your balance.”
Kylie’s beau, Travis Scott, apparently isn’t a fan of her new regimen and misses her signature curves, the source said. “He’s begging her to gain some weight,” the insider confessed. The 26-year-old doesn’t like going out to eat with his baby mama since she “just picks at lettuce.”
Even Kris Jenner is worried about her youngest daughter. “Kris has always motivated her kids to be in shape, but she’s concerned about Kylie,” the insider said.
We hope that Kylie can adjust to a healthier lifestyle, at least for baby Stormi!
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