Kourtney Kardashian has been praised by fans for showing her cellulite in an unedited bikini snap.
The 42-year-old reality star put her backside on full display in the snap, as she posed in a thong bikini, red heels and a bucket hat.
The photo was shared on Instagram by her fashion brand Poosh, who revealed they had enlisted the help of Kourtney’s personal trainer to give followers an insight into her pilates workouts, in order to help others who want to get into better shape.
They captioned the post: ‘Talk about an instant butt lift. We tapped Kourt’s trainer @jessieohara for her top at-home pilates moves for a rounder rear.’
Fans were loving the authenticity behind the body-positive post, especially after Kourtney’s sister Khloe Kardashian made headline news earlier this year for reportedly trying to take an unedited picture of herself off the internet.
‘Ok finally an unedited Kardashian,’ one praised.
Another weighed in: ‘I love that the little dimples were kept! It’s so natural and so beautiful.’
Kourtney looked amazing as she displayed her backside in the snap (Picture: Instagram)
‘It’s so good to see celebs with cellulite,’ one other follower enthused.
In April, Kourtney’s younger sister Khloe was said to be furious after an unfiltered bikini photo of her leaked online.
In the image, Khloe is seen smiling while posing in a bikini and wearing minimal makeup, but it appeared to be unedited.
Many fans were left confused as to why the 37-year-old would want the snap taken down, with many praising her natural body.
In response, Khloe stripped off for a video and opened up about ‘impossible standards’ that have been set for her as part of one of the most famous families on TV.
On Instagram Live, the mother-of-one filmed herself taking off her jumper and lowering her baggy trousers to ‘show you all this isn’t Photoshopped.’
She made a powerful statement, saying she has ‘every right’ to try and have the picture taken down as she has ‘struggled with body image my whole life’.
Khloe revealed that she had been ‘conditioned to feel that I am not beautiful enough just being me.’
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