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Sunday 29 May 2016

Kim's weight loss 'challenge'

Published 12/01/2014

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian says she'd go hiking with "anyone" who would go with her to lose weight.

The 33-year-old star has worked out religiously since giving birth to her and Kanye West's daughter North in June last year.

She is so keen to keep it up that she admits she would be happy to exercise with anyone who would be willing to share her company.

"It was the hardest challenge of my life. I went on the scales recently and they said I'm 50lb down. I did the Atkins diet and started going on hikes with my family and fiancé. I'd go with anyone who'd go with me," she told British magazine Look. "Losing this weight has not been easy, but I was dedicated and motivated, and it paid off."

Kim also recalled how difficult it was to receive negative attention over her weight. In a bid to show the nasty comments don't affect her anymore, the stunning star has posted a series of revealing photos on her Twitter and Instagram.

"The 'sexy selfie' is my middle finger to everyone who called me fat. Every day I'd hear people criticise me, and little by little it would chip away at me. I wanted to tune out and ignore it, but it's bullying to call a pregnant woman 'fat'," she sighed.

"I was gaining weight because I was pregnant and it was really hard to read all these stories and hear all these nasty things. I would go out and there would be photos of me saying I'm 500lb."

While she appears to be more confident with her figure now Kim admits she wouldn't turn down surgery in the future.

"If I'm older and definitely after I have kids, I may need to get a breast lift. That's something I might choose to do. But I'm not the type of person who'll be afraid to admit something I've done," she stated.

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