Inside Kim Kardashian's €180k post-baby body makeover
Published 30/03/2016 | 10:55
Kim Kardashian is determined to get back to her pre-baby body - at any cost.
The 36-year-old reality star welcomed her second child with husband Kanye West - Saint - in December and has been vocal about her struggle to shift the 70 pounds she gained during her pregnancy.
She has already lost 42 pounds, but much like when she gave gave birth to daughter North in 2013, she is investing all her time and money into returning to her former shape.
She has already spent a reported €80,000 on her diet, fitness and beauty regime since giving birth in December of last year and is already working on €60,000 more worth of treatments and trainers on her quest.
"She's had three consultations with her team, bringing in an album of pictures of when she was slimmer to show them how she wants to look. She's not going to stop until she gets her old body back," an insider told heat magazine.
Much of the money the mag claims Kim is spending is on various doctors appointments for botox, laser treatments for scarring and a breast lift.
She's now embarking on an intensive six-week diet and fitness regime. Meanwhile, her younger sister Khloe Kardashian has also admitted to going under the knife - admitting to fillers - and reportedly also had a Brazilian butt lift after shedding 40 pounds.
"There's this misconception I'm not into plastic surgery, but I'm into it and I don't care if you have it," she said.
Their younger brother Robert, who is dating Blac Chyna, is also on his own weight loss journey after gaining more than 100 pounds and becoming a virtual recluse since 2014.
He's said to have had a gastric band and enjoying his fast weight loss in recent weeks. Chyna, who is the ex of Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Tyga, has been a positive influence on Rob's lifestyle, throwing away all of the junk food in his house.
"I've been working on my patience," she previously told People magazine. "I've been really trying. But I have my moments and I do snap. I've offered to get a chef; I'm like, 'What's your excuse?' But it's not just that. I can't win life for Rob. I have to wait until (he's) ready to do it for himself."