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Kim K 'takes comments to heart'

Published 13/08/2014

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian allegedly spends ages reading hurtful comments about her looks, and now wants to tone down her butt.

The reality TV queen's style choices have garnered a lot of attention since she got together with Kanye West, who she married in May this year.

As well as her wardrobe piquing people's interest, her enviable curves and flawless beauty are also talking points, though sometimes Kim can feel low about her looks says a source.

"She is a perfectionist when it comes to herself, and when she doesn't feel that she is looking her best, she freaks out. No matter how many of her fans message her to tell her she looks hot, she still picks herself apart," an insider told the American edition of OK! magazine.

"Kim spends hours reading nasty comments about herself and she takes all of the hateful things people say to heart."

Kim recently took to her Twitter account to tell fans she wanted to get her body back, claiming that carbs were a no no.

Last year she successfully lost her baby weight, from 13-month-old daughter North, with the help of the Atkins Diet and those close to her reveal she'll be turning to it again.

"She is going to be very specific about the food she consumes," the insider added.

Kim's trainer Joey Gonzalez, from LA's Barry's Bootcamp, confirms his star client has upped her workout regime recently.

It's also thought the 33-year-old is considering getting rid of her most famous asset- her curvy derrière.

"She knows that her butt is famous but she feels that it's blown up over the last couple of years and is unattractive. It's become an inconvenience for her. She's willing to do anything to tone it down," the source revealed.

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