Kim Kardashian ‘has had fillers removed’ say fans who spot her slimmed-down bum in new pic

KIM Kardashian fans think she's had bum filler removed after being shocked by the smaller-looking size of the world's most famous backside.

It comes after the 40-year-old star shared a picture of her in tight leggings holding Psalm, her youngest son with Kanye West.

The difference didn't escape fans with one asking: "Did you shrink your bottom?"

Others wrote: "I swear her bum looks so different" and: "What happened to her booty?"

Meanwhile, a surgeon told OK! magazine: "Something has been removed. Either she has had butt implants taken out or she has had filler dissolved or liposuction to reduce the size of her bottom."

Mark Ho-Asjoe explained: "The main difference with Kim's bottom is the emptiness at the top compared to photos of her before."

Either she has had butt implants taken out or she has had filler dissolved

Showbiz-watchers have long been obsessed with Kim's shapely behind, which helped her rocket to international stardom.

A lot has changed since 2006, when a 25-year-old Kim was on Myspace, dating Ray J, and her family hadn't started their reality show.

While her bum was by no means small, it was distinctly less peachy than it later became.

By 2013 Kim had become the 'Queen of Curves' and shared a now-infamous "belfie" showcasing her post-baby body in a revealing white leotard.

But it was the following year when things really went stratospheric, when Kim showed off her oiled-up buttocks on the cover of Paper magazine's famous "break the internet" edition.

In 2016, after years of denying that she has had her buttocks cosmetically enhanced, Kim finally admitted that she has injections in her bum.

Kim admitted she still has cortisone shots to treat psoriasis, which was first spotted by her mum Kris Jenner, when she noticed a rash on her daughter’s legs as a teen.

This has led to people speculate she has bum implants, because after the first cortisone injection she was left with a dent in her derriere.



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