Kourtney Kardashian Says She's Not in a Rush to Lose the Baby Weight

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Kourtney says getting her pre-baby body back is "not her biggest concern." Credit: Life & Style


Most Hollywood moms start stressing about losing their baby weight even before leaving the delivery room. But Kourtney Kardashian isn't like most women. Instead of clocking hours at the gym to shed the 40 pounds she put on during her pregnancy, Kourt has been singularly focusing on her 7-week-old bundle of joy, son Mason Dash. "It's been hard to find time to work out," she told Life & Style during an exclusive interview on Jan. 29. "All I want to do is spend time with Mason."

Kourtney decided to open up to Life & Style about her struggle to slim down after a tabloid magazine used heavyhanded photoshopping to make it appear as if she'd regained her svelte pre-pregnancy figure just one month after giving birth. "Losing the weight has been a lot harder than I thought," she says. "I've lost 25 pounds so far. I still have 15 more to go."

And Kourtney is happy to keep it real. "Since having him, I don't care as much what I look like," Kourtney told Life & Style. "I gained weight in my booty, my stomach, my thighs and my arms. Everything got a little bigger for sure. I do want to get back to the way my body was before, but it's definitely not my biggest concern. I feel fine." To help loose the inches and get back her killer abs, Kourtney's using the Belly Bandit (here posing exclusively for Life & Style). Kourtney says, "The Belly Bandit makes my clothes fit better, and nobody even knows I'm wearing it!"

Kourtney's post-baby weight loss has her mom, Kris Jenner, thinking about her own battle with baby weight back in 1979. "I gained 55 pounds when I had Kourtney," Kris tells Life & Style. "Afterward, I went to a Pilates class and tried everything I could to lose the weight as quickly as possible. It took me only three months."

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