Just like any bride out there, Kim Kardashian too wants to look her best for the big day when she’ll be walking down the aisle to say “I Do” to fiancé Kris Humphries. To do that, she’s officially kicked the “wedding slimdown” into high gear.
Fans must know that, a while back, Kim got to her thinnest with the help of QuickTrim
, the diet pill that she also agreed to endorse.
As such, it’s no wonder that she’s turning again to this pill to shed a few pounds before her wedding day, as one of her most recent tweets cited by PopEater
“On my way to GNC to by some QuickTrim,” one of her followers wrote. Kim retweeted, and added “Take some for me! I’m about to start again! #wedding slimdown.”
However, even if she’s bent of shedding some weight, that’s not to say that there’s any real danger she may lose her signature curves – and, most importantly, that ample derrière that made her famous.
Speaking just recently with one of the glossies, Kardashian said she had no intention of getting stick-thin – but she would still diet and work out more to be in the best shape possible.
“Our parents raised us to be comfortable in our own skin. Now I think we like to wear tight things, we love feeling good, taking care of ourselves, wearing what we want,” the reality star added.
Speaking of the wedding, earlier reports claimed that People magazine, which bought Kim and Kris’ engagement story but not the exclusive rights to it, was having second thoughts about investing so much in Kim, since people were starting to lose interest in her.
“People’s Kim engagement cover sold well, but did not as well as they hoped. Over a million copies were sold, which is good but not their best. And when you spend that much on a cover story, you expect it to sell,” sources revealed, as we also reported
at the time.
Moreover, People had also paid Kim a lot of money for rights to the wedding preparations and the actual ceremony – and they were now wondering whether that wasn’t money down the drain.
“Some worry they’re now stuck with a big bill for the wedding. Some editors think the cheating scandal and the over-the-top ring and wedding could be a turn-off,” spies explained.