Kim Kardashian shows off her tiny frame in skintight bodysuit as her family fears star is 'skinniest she's ever been'
KIM Kardashian showed off her tiny frame in a skintight bodysuit amid her family's fears that she's the "skinniest she's ever been".
The 41-year-old – who recently dropped 16lbs in three weeks – displayed her figure while filming an interview to promote her Hulu show, The Kardashians.
Kim displayed her super-slim arms and tiny waist while sitting on a couch wearing a high-neck bodysuit.
The mother-of-four wore her newly-dyed blonde hair in tousled waves and framed her features with muted makeup.
She was seen checking her phone before a cameraman directed her to look up to the lens.
Earlier this week, The Sun exclusively revealed that Kim's family is concerned she's losing too much weight and is "barely sleeping".
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She has admitted her packed schedule of filming the family’s reality show, studying to become a lawyer, looking after her four children and her bi-coastal romance with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson has taken its toll.
But now, friends and family are worried the star – who is divorcing Kanye West – has pushed herself too far.
“Kim looks amazing, always, but she’s good at keeping how stressed she is hidden,” an insider tells The Sun.
“She's the skinniest she's ever been and barely sleeping. Her family knows that a lot of this is her rebounding from a very controlling marriage, and her determination to show Kanye how much better she is doing without him.
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“But whereas before she was incredibly healthy and well-rested, now she's constantly jetlagged and she’s finding it hard to fit workouts in. I think Kim’s really struggling but won't admit it.
“She’s juggling being a hands-on mum, her studies, the high-pressure filming schedule and is always on edge that Kanye will go on another rant.
"She is having a great time with Pete but the travel is taking its toll and she’s barely sleeping. Everyone is worried she’s burnt-out.”
DRASTIC WEIGHT LOSS
Kim recently boasted about losing 16lbs in three weeks to fit into Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress for the Met Gala.
She told Vogue on the red carpet: "I tried [the dress] on and it didn't fit me. I said, 'Give me three weeks.'
"I had to lose 16 pounds down today. It was such a challenge. It was like a [movie] role. I was determined to fit [into] it. I haven't had carbs or sugar in about three weeks."
And fans of Kim's reality show watched this week as she revealed she was having “panic attacks” over what to wear after soon-to-be ex-husband Kanye said her “career is over” and mocked her dress sense.
In an interview with sister Kourtney’s website Poosh, Kim revealed her tight schedule was planned down to the last minute – getting up at 5.45am and only going to bed at 11pm.
“I wake up at 5.45am. for my workout at 6am. I’ll pick out my workout clothes the night before,” she said.
“I will lay my clothes out the night before so when I sleep in, I’ll wake up at 5.53 instead of 5.45, and I just know my outfit is there.”
Kim said that after a day of work and meetings, she’s home to put the kids to bed.
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“In a perfect world, I love to go to bed early, but because I’ve been studying for law school, I spend my nights reading.
"Most nights … I get the kids ready for bed and read books and put them to sleep. Then it’s back to studying for me until about 11pm.”
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