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Saturday 27 December 2014

Kristin Cavallari: I haven't dropped baby weight

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari refutes claims that she has lost all of her pregnancy pounds.

The reality TV star and her fiancé Jay Cutler welcomed their son Camden into the world in early August.

Us Weekly reported that Kristin "lost all her baby weight" after "working out like crazy with a trainer".

Kristin is upset by these claims, as she feels that the statements don't shed a positive light on the reality of her situation.

"[That story is sending] the wrong message to women," she told Life & Style magazine.

Kristin is making a conscious effort to get back into shape.

Still, the star won't compromise her health for vanity.

"Just like every other new mom out there, they know the weight just does not magically fall off," she explained.

"The truth is I am struggling to lose the last few pounds that I have but I am happy with my weight and I'm not going to kill myself for it."

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