Khloé Kardashian of Keeping Up With the Kardashians gave birth to daughter True in April and she doesn't have time for body-shamers. Kardashian took to Twitter recently to let her follows know it's okay to follow their own path after giving birth.
In her tweet Kardashian said:
Completely over mommy/body shamers! Women who choose 2take their time after baby, I’m so proud of you! Women who choose to work out after baby, I’m so proud of you! We all must do what’s best for US! Please b kind 2urself! A happy mommy makes for a happy baby! Love your process
Completely over mommy/body shamers! Women who choose 2take their time after baby, I’m so proud of you! Women who choose to work out after baby, I’m so proud of you! We all must do what’s best for US! Please b kind 2urself! A happy mommy makes for a happy baby! Love your process— Khloé (@khloekardashian) August 1, 2018
Fans of Kardashian heartily agreed.
Exactly! Why can't we all just cheer for each other to succeed?— jackie roberts (@jackier63359054) August 1, 2018
I’m so sick of shamers for all reasons. It’s ok to have your own opinions but why do you think you have the right to press those opinions onto others? It’s so unfair. Do you 💁🏼♀️— 🦖 Nicole 🦖 (@Colie_Babyy) August 1, 2018
you're literally an amazing mom and it's so evident. People always have something to say so just fuck them to be honest and do you. 🌟— Katie (@PlanetKhloeK) August 1, 2018
You are doing amazing!! You look beautiful! You are an incredible mommy and that’s all that matters— Kimmi (@DashDolls831) August 1, 2018
don’t worry, you’re doing amazing sweetie. the opinions that matter are yourself and your love ones! you’re a great mommy, sister, daughter etc. you’re everything. ❤️— luisjosé. (@narcicismo) August 1, 2018
Many women could relate and they shared their stories.
It literally took me Four Years to get back to where I feel like myself again Mind. Body. and Soul. We as woman have Beautiful Babies and I believe our bodies go into airplane/Beast mode where we focus and give everything to our offspring and there is nothing bad. Your not alone— Sarah Grant (@SarahGr63196911) August 1, 2018
Is 5 Years too Long 😂😂 ? I’ve been meaning to get to it buuuut as life happens ...— Choco Latta (@ScreaM_DanniMF) August 1, 2018
Big facts!! I had both my boys before I graduated HS (15yrs old & 17yrs old) and got my body poppin after.. I’m only 27now 😏be patient🙏🏽❤️👑— Grace (@AmzinnGrace) August 1, 2018
I've got an extra 60 lbs on 2 years after baby BUT I'm a single mom who also did a degree during and after birth = zero sleep ever! Now I've got liver disease so the weight doesn't want to come off. Boo body shamers!— Domi Jacobs (@DomiJacobs) August 1, 2018
Love this. I've been struggling with my body since i had my 2 babies (5 year old and nearly 2 year old) need to start loving myself and remembering I made 2 beautiful children with this body 💜💚 very inspirational khloe xx— Tiffany Woodfield (@TiffanyWoodfie1) August 1, 2018
I still look 4 months pregnant and my baby is 17 years old!!! Definitely taking my time lol— ⚓️Liz Doherty⚓️ (@lizdoherty69) August 1, 2018
I got over those shamers a long time ago! I’m living my best life, my kids are living their best life, my family is everything to me!— Mardi or French for Tuesday (@Mardi_Loves) August 1, 2018
Im on day 200 of no cigarettes so the weight is a battle atm, I get the looks but again, I’m living my best life!
Oorah @khloekardashian x
Absolutely! People expected me to bounce back almost immediately. It took me 4 years, and I'm still working on it. Now that I'm finally at a place where I feel comfortable though, I'm now body shamed for losing "too much" weight. It's insane and hurtful.— Christina B. (@christinab3210) August 2, 2018
I took X off so I could nurse my girl. I had no1 else but my mom 2 guide me.Then my mom suddenly passed away. Leaving behind my brother that just recently passed away from brain cancer. So when do I get back 2 wk.when I have healed. People talk n have no clue what I’m feeling.— TERRY GOMEZ (@Terrydntbscured) August 2, 2018
We hope all the moms out there live their best lives.