Khloe Kardashian claims she’s lost 33 pounds in 3 months after giving birth

Never have I ever…..

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Y’all know I enjoy a good conspiracy theory as much as the next person, but I never really believed all of the conspiracies around Khloe Kardashian and her pregnancy. I believe Khloe was really knocked up. I believe she really gave birth to baby True. I believe Tristan Thompson really did cheat on Khloe throughout their relationship too, just like he cheated on his previous girlfriend WITH Khloe. I know Khloe was really pregnant because I saw the photos of her, just weeks after she had given birth. She looked recently post-partum, and obviously, she was still carrying significant weight from her pregnancy. But here’s what I don’t believe: that Khloe has miraculously dropped 33 pounds in the past three months. That’s what she wrote on her subscription app:

“After I had True, I didn’t put any pressure on myself to lose the baby weight,” Khloe shares in a new blog post. “I just wanted to get back to my regular routine from before I got pregnant, which was working out five to six times a week. Here is where I am at currently. True turned 3 months old on July 12. I honestly didn’t give myself a number that I wanted to lose by this time, especially since I wasn’t able to work out for the first six weeks. But, since then, I’ve lost 33 pounds! I’m shocked that I lost that much weight that quickly.”

The E! star says she’s chalking it up to “the combination of breastfeeding and being very active during and after my pregnancy… I never compare myself to other women as every woman has their own journey. We also all have different priorities in our day-to-day lives. One of mine is having that one hour where I can be selfish and alone in my place of refuge. Staying healthy and active is something that’s very important to me. Exercise is something I’ve always used to maintain my sanity and relieve stress. And, now that I have a baby, I still want to keep something that’s my time, my space, something I’m doing for myself.”

[From E! News]

“…The combination of breastfeeding and being very active during and after my pregnancy…” But I thought she wasn’t breastfeeding?? That was last week’s headline, that Khloe had stopped breastfeeding because it wasn’t working for her body. And is she saying 33 pounds lost… since her final week of pregnancy or what? I don’t know. It doesn’t matter, I’m pretty sure she’s lying about a lot of this.

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  1. HK9 says:

    That will happen when you get your plastic surgeon to take it out for you.

  2. Nancy says:

    Ugh. I was in a happy mood, then saw that woman again. I do seriously hope her threads stop. Off to take my toddler to swimming lessons. I will try to forget KK’s face in the process! Lol

  3. B says:

    She’s obsessed with her weight. That’s literally all she ever talks about.

    • It’s really difficult to come off as the most shallow Kardashian, but Khloe is really winning that race.

      SN: My phone auto corrected Kardashian, to Kardashian-Jenner. How does stuff like that happen?

      • Nancy says:

        I hate auto correct. But, it can be funny. My husband was annoyed about something and texted and it read something like….what the duck is going on? Haha. When I brought it to his attention, it kind of took the edge off. I don’t want to keep talking about this pregnancy, but during each one, there is always someone who gets under my skin, no matter how innocent the person could be. For me, fortunately, it’s a stranger, Khloe Kardashian! I remember having bad morning sickness (which was a sign I missed of my twins) which I didn’t have with the other children. Every time I saw her, boom, straight to the bathroom. I swear truth is stranger than fiction. She annoys the daylights out of me. THAT FACE AHHHHH!

      • Omg, Nancy, when I’m trying to curse and autocorrect nerfs me! You can’t help but laugh. Khloe annoys the shot(!) out of me too, and I don’t have the excuse of being pregnant. And she makes you vomit, I’m sure you’re not the only one. Ha! That face indeed!

      • Nancy says:

        Sophia’s SE: You and I are of like minds! She didn’t exactly make me literally throw up, but the urge was there. Oh God, if you see this, have a good night!!

  4. AnnaKist says:

    She could probably lose a couple more pounds (and look a whole lot better) if she got rid of the ridiculous fillers in her lips.

  5. fortune100 says:

    She said she didn’t work out 6 weeks after having her bday, so she lost over 30 pounds in 6 weeks (baby is 3 months old)?

    But I do believe it is possible to have massive weight loss, just not that quickly. If you go Keto and exercise like crazy you can melt fat right off. Whether it is sustainable, who knows.

    But I would rather see healthy, fit women bragging than obese woman saying they are “happy” to be fat. I am talking to you Lisa D!

    • AnnaKist says:

      Well, fortune100, you know the drill with this lot – why tell the truth when a lie has more impact? Like the rest of the Koven, she’s a lying liar who tells lies. It’s more likely she “consulted” dear Dr Ourian, but, whatever.

  6. Nadia says:

    For a normal person…who isn’t full of plastic/surgeries, it absolutely is possible to lose 33 lbs in 3 months after birth. I gained 35lbs with my second, by the time she was 2 months I lost it all – I was nursing and just eating healthy (not dieting). A lot of the weight gained during pregnancy is also water weight. The day after i gave birth I was down like 10-15 lbs (and I hit 200).

    • Bridget says:

      That’s not what she’s saying though. She’s saying that she got going 6 weeks postpartum into 5 to 6 day a week workouts and not nursing because she doesn’t produce milk (which by the way is frequently connected to rapid weight loss postpartum). Anything is indeed possible with postpartum bodies, but Khloe isn’t exactly the most reliable source to start, you know?

    • Honey bear says:

      I left the hospital weighing more than when I arrived due to swelling

    • Sue says:

      *high five*
      I was 100 lbs when I got pregnant. Gained 65 lbs and lost 35 after delivery. Nursed, walked and lost the rest in 3 months. Repeated the same scenario 5 years later. And, I ate, didn’t count calories, and was 29 and 34 at the time, and had 2 c-sections. Point being, I believe Khloe, but I don’t like her. Real women, even 33 years ago, were fierce without media hype.

  7. raptor says:

    If she means 33 lbs. below the weight she was when she gave birth, I buy it. I lost 20 lbs before I even left the hospital, and 10 more in the next few weeks without trying.

  8. Mrs. Peel says:

    Her plastic surgeon sucked it out of her gut and redistributed it to her ass. Simples.

  9. Bridget says:

    Something doesn’t add up. Khloe shares everything but mentions NOTHING about what it’s like trying to exercise post baby (hint: it’s a process and some weird stuff goes on with your body). She complains about not being able to produce breast milk while trying “everything” but self reports losing weight significantly faster than milk production could ever keep up with, which would be one of the FIRST things that a lactation consultant would tell her. Khloe is so full of it. I don’t know whether or not she carried this baby herself, but she’s lying about her whole postpartum narrative.

    • HelloSunshine says:

      Thank you. Quickly losing weight slows down your supply and my lactation consultant said she tells all new moms to take it slow on weight loss, even if they’re feeling great, because it might slow their supply. It’s a well known fact and I doubt her lactation consultant didn’t say anything about it

      • Bridget says:

        There are 2 different options about what she’s lying about:
        1) She was never pregnant in the first place
        2) She’s not actually working out and she never tried to breastfeed in the first place

        Anyone who has had a baby can tell you, unless you’re a high level athlete (like, Paula Radcliffe level) you’re not jumping into 5-6 workouts a week after having a baby, and you’re definitely not “beasting” them (I hate that she says that) because you have zero core strength, your joints are super wobbly, and your pelvis isn’t very stable. It’s a weird and supremely uncomfortable experience.

  10. Jana says:

    It’s totally possible. I gained 70 pounds with both of my pregnancies, and lost half of that within 3-4 months. A lot of it is baby and tons of fluids, remember. It’s not all fat.

    • Sue says:

      @ JANA Correct. See my comment above. I didn’t exercise, or diet, I nursed and walked. Most baby weight is fluid. As for the women who leave the hospital in pre-pregnancy jeans, I have no idea how that can be. I am very short, and had 8 lb kids, thinking their babies and weight gain must’ve not been as big as mine.

      And they might also be the women- and I know one-who never had a menstrual cramp in her life. She didn’t gain much, and wore her pre-pregnancy jeans home. smh

      • Bibi says:

        I agree with you ladies! My son was very late and I absolutely ballooned at the end. By day 5 postpartum I had lost close to 30 pounds. Most of it was water retention, and for the rest, breastfeeding and eating healthy help take care of it quickly.

        Also, @Sue: Women who are overweight to start with often don’t gain much. My SIL gained 9 pounds during her pregnancy and went on to have.. a 9-pound baby. So in that case I can understand being able to go home in your regular clothes. But for skinny people.. beats me!

  11. girl_ninja says:

    She is the thirstiest.

  12. mimi09 says:

    I have no idea if she’s lying or not. I lost 30 lbs. in 2 months with no special diet and no exercise at all. Just a major bout of depression and constant anxiety with no emotional support whatsoever from my nearest and dearest, just the opposite, in fact. So yes, technically it’s possible. I know everyone’s different, but for me, I just lost the feeling of hunger and I force myself to eat something just to be able to take my meds that keep me functioning. It’s not something I would reccomend though. I love being slimmer for the first time in years, but I’d give anything to lose this feeling of constant dread and to get out of this black hole. Sorry for the rant

    • Diana says:

      Sorry to hear that, Mimi. I hope things get easier for you. Hurtful actions or words from your closest friends can be so hard when you’re dealing with depression and anxiety.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      don’t apologize…come here as often as you want to rant. I’m sorry you’re having it rough lately. I hope things turn around for you.

    • betsyd says:

      Mimi09 – things will get better. You’re not alone, even though the isolation feels very, very real. Keep going, and good luck :)

    • Nancy says:

      mimi: I hope you don’t accept this sadness as your way of life. Not one bit of my business, but I hate to see anyone in the pain you’re in. Talk to someone. If you don’t want to see a doctor (which I think would be good), go to meetings or therapy. Let us know how you progress. Sometimes it’s easier to reach out to faceless people online than your own family. You are loved mimi09!!!

      • mimi09 says:

        Nancy, thank you so much for your wonderful words. I’m doing my best to get better, I’ve been seeing a therapist these last months and it does help a bit. I’m upset with myself and disappointed because although nothing terrible happened to me and I used to be strong and rational, I just let this darkness in. My therapist thinks I’ll get better when the situation that caused my depression will be resolved. The man I loved turned out to be a scumbag, then my work situation got really bad, and what finally broke me was the total lack of support from my parents. This happened in a very short timeframe. But it’s all my fault, since all the signs were there; I knew that my lover acted like a sociopath but I chose to believe him when he said it was a coping mechanism and that his true self was different; I knew things were going badly at the office but I chose to focus on my love life; I knew that my parents never really supported me emotionally or otherwise in the past but somehow I chose to believe they would be there for me and help me get through this. Now my main focus is to find a new job; things are not looking great but it’s the only thing that keeps me going. Your words made me feel so much better; the past week was especially hard for me, and my mother (who’s a doctor, btw) is extremely angry with me for being so weak, for daring to be depressed without a reason, for greatly exaggerating my pain and not showing any consideration for herself, et . No empathy whatsoever and so much resentment from my own mother made me feel worse, but your words gave me a bit of hope. God bless

      • Nancy says:

        Mimi, sweetie, it will be fine. Look past the situation you’re in and visualize the future, the blue sky, the birds singing, parties, dancing, laughing…..anything to distract yourself. You need to get your words out, since nobody you had faith in is listening. Listen to your therapist and keep going. Talk your head off, everything that causes you pain. There is no instant gratification in life. You have to will yourself to go forward and know there is a better life for you. When you think you gave it your all, give more. Love yourself most importantly. Don’t think you’re unique. I’m sure there are women who read your post, but weren’t brave enough like you to say, yeah I’ve been there or am there too. I can tell you have a gentle soul. Take it easy on yourself and I repeat you are loved!!

      • Tosca says:

        Mimi09, You sound so grounded. Stick to what you know – and you clearly know yourself and the situation – and you will get through it. Other people will judge, but they are not you. You can do this.

    • Justwastingtime says:

      Mimi09- I am so sorry. Just know that things will get better, focus on one day at a time, and please be nice to yourself.

    • Amelie says:

      I lost weight due to depression quite a few years back. Not as much as 30 which is twice as much as what I lost which definitely is worrisome to me considering I looked so skinny. People were worried and started asking me why I was so small. Looking back at pictures of that time I almost look like I’m about to disappear. I was barely eating anything, my head hurt all the time because of hunger and I was always dizzy but I had no motivation or energy to eat. I think I was down to eating once a day if that. So I understand Mimi and I hope you find yourself out of this situation and that your mental health improves (and that your appetite returns!).

  13. Jane says:

    Liposuction, liposuction…liposuction.

  14. Megan says:

    I don’t think losing 33 lbs in 3 months after baby is that crazy if you are counting from your weight the day before the baby is born. Between baby, amniotic fluid, and placenta you can lose 15 or more pounds just from delivery! And even if she breastfed for a few weeks, that could have helped lose a lot. Add in water weight and getting back to exercising, it really isn’t so unbelievable. I was down over 25 lbs when my baby was 3 months.

  15. Vinot says:

    I loathe a Khloe apologist regardless but it’s incredibly harmful to tout this idea of a snapback. I’m loving Tia Mowry-Hardict’s posts about how post-partum actually looks and feels. Khloe has never been “real”. Even if you had nannies, no new mom wants to or can spend seven hours a day in the gym without doing some serious damage to the bonding process. Let’s call a spade a spade and admit to ourselves that either Khloe had a pillow baby and the surrogate has the real post-partum bod, or she stopped breastfeeding to go back to her adderall addiction. Ass of lies continues!

  16. EM says:

    I lost 30 pounds in two weeks post-partum. Horrific drenching night-sweats, and no time to eat food. I also gained 15 pounds back within a few months and felt much better.

  17. minx says:

    I don’t believe a word she has ever said. I don’t think she was pregnant so I don’t believe any weight comments she makes.

  18. hogtowngooner says:

    Good grief the lengths these harpies will go to to convince us they’re “hot.” Khloe is especially exhausting.

  19. Jes says:

    It’s not hard to loose that much, I lost 25 pounds from literally just giving birth. Baby+placenta+amniotic fluid=25pounds. So if she was anything like me, she then took 3 months to loose 8 pounds.

  20. Elise says:

    I believe it. I wish I had her luck and time to exercise! I had a baby about a month before she did and only came out of the hospital having lost 5 pounds (I really enjoyed that hospital food!). I’m still breastfeeding and my body just won’t let that many pounds go even when eating sensibly. Oh well. I’d rather spend what little extra time I have (back at work now) with my baby than trying to make time to exercise.

    Maybe she feels pressured to keep Tristan’s interest? My husband is sweet and supportive but jeez my body has changed.

  21. Kristen says:

    I’m no Kardashian apologist, but that’s believable.

  22. Ash says:

    I don’t believe her. Anyone else like you all above of course I believe, but not her. That was for sure not my experience, my weight really didn’t come off in the hospital, with BF or without BF, the only thing was time and exercise for me.
    To the above poster who’s having a hard time postpartum, you’re for sure not alone even though it feels like it! The best advice that helped me, and it’s tough when you feel like poop is get outside. Walk that baby, or don’t! But get outside! Even if it’s just a few minutes and the weather crappy, take big deep breaths, notice everything around you and not yourself. It helps. Meds and getting outside really helped me. 😘

  23. Lonnietinks says:

    With BOTH of my kids, I lost 30 pounds in the six weeks after giving birth. I mean the baby, placenta, extra blood, water weight and the enlarged uterus all weigh about 30 pounds combined. There is absolutely nothing impressive about this.

  24. Agenbiter says:

    The evidence is now overwhelming:

    1) She did not show a pattern of unexpected weight gain in, e.g., her face, hands or feet – just a bump one could get from the wardrobe department.

    2) Everything she says reflects a superficial idea of what pregnancy is like with no hint of authentic personal experience (compared to, e.g., @Bridget above).

    3) Serena has talked about having trouble losing weight postpartum despite breastfeeding, exercising, and being careful about what she eats. Yet Khloe breezes past Serena?

    Conclusion: She.Was.Never.Pregnant.

  25. Ang says:

    She looks absolutely ridiculous in both those photos, in her mind that looks hot?? I see a very desperate woman trying way to hard and it not working in her favor. I think she’s stupid.

  26. artistsnow says:

    She didn’t give birth. Not at all.

  27. Peggy says:

    I’m not sure what’s meant to be unbelievable here. 33lbs in 3 months is a completely normal amount of weight to lose.

    I lost 15lbs before I left the hospital, another 15lbs while lying around breastfeeding, eating and binge watching TV shows, and the final 10lbs two weeks after I started exercising and watching my diet again. That was in two and a half months.

  28. Annalise says:

    I think she is all-around full of crap (contradicting herself on the breastfeeding thing is just one piece of evidence that she can’t keep her story straight) and I don’t believe for a second that she was ever pregnant. I think that’s why she stayed in Cleveland so long after the “birth”. She couldn’t have all the paparazzi taking pics of her looking NOTHING like she had just given birth. PLUS her “pregnant” belly displayed an astonishing LACK of a belly button in numerous pics, PLUS all the pics she DID post of her “belly” looked very dodgy and shadowy in convenient places, PLUS her face never filled out…. Oh and to revisit all the breastfeeding BS she’s put out there, to me it’s obvious that the real reason she’s not breastfeeding is because she’s not producing milk because she was never pregnant! Additionally, I firmly believe that she is WAY WAY WAY WAY too vain to risk “ruining” her body that she has worked so hard/had so much surgery on. Granted, Kim is at least AS vain as Khloe and she carried her first two kids, but I believe the only reason Kim actually carried her first two children was to stick it to Beyonce who many of us believe used surrogates for BOTH pregnancies. I believe it was Kim’s subtle way of saying “Check it out Bey, I’M not too shallow to have my own kids. Too bad you are.” Maybe not, but only because her shallowness is overpowered by her pride which Beyonce had wounded when it became clear to the world that they were NOT going to become best buds just because Kim married Kanye