Reality TV beauty Khloe Kardashian has revealed she is currently wearing swimsuits as underwear because her bum has become so big.
Khloe Kardashian is currently wearing swimsuits as underwear because her bum has become so big.
The 33-year-old reality star - who gave birth to her daughter, True Thompson, on April 12 - has discussed the challenge of regaining her pre-pregnancy figure on her Snapchat account.
The 'Revenge Body' star shared: ''Day two in the gym. My body is so sore today. I woke up hurting, but [it's] the best thing ever. Day two, let's see how this goes. I hope it's a little better than yesterday.''
Later, Khloe showed off her workout wear, revealing: ''My ass and thighs are so big now that I am now wearing my swimsuit on the bottom.
''So, I hope it sweats some of it off. Let's start with the cardio before Coach Joe gets here.''
Khloe previously admitted she's found it a ''struggle'' to get back into the ''groove of working out'' because her body isn't as strong as it was before the baby.
She explained: ''It is a struggle getting back into the groove of working out - mentally I'm strong but physically it's just not the same. My body is not doing what my mind wants it to do. So it's a struggle but it's only day one.''
The curvaceous star is also finding it tough trying to fit her workouts around her little girl - whom she has with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson - because she constantly wants to feed.
Khloe said: ''I need to motivate myself and it's also a struggle trying to fit in working out in between feeding. No two days are the same. True is so great but still I can't predict if she's going to sleep for the whole two hours or if she's hungry.''
'No Turning Back' was released on this day (January 3rd) in 2003.
Bastille rocked up at The Winter Gardens in Margate for their 'Doom Days Club Nights' tour, making sure they were playing in more unfamiliar towns...
Stealing Sheep made their way down to Elsewhere in Margate to put on their wholly unique and utterly captivating live show.
Listen to her new single 'Down'.