The Kardashians star responded to an Instagram follower who attacked her sense of style by commenting on the star’s March 9 post, “So not Kourtney! She use to be so classy! Wonder what her family thinks of her new style?”
Kourtney cheekily responded, “Ooooh inquiring minds would like to know this is so fascinating,” rather than contemplating how her loved ones feel about her changing wardrobe. Kourtney’s polished response seems to come naturally to her as she has previously dealt with trolls in her comments area.
The comment cames after the Kardashians star recently shared an Instagram post, including visiting an art gallery in a grunge outfit, taking a selfie with her 8-year-old son Reign Disick as they debuted their new blonde hairstyles, and showing off her custom coat with “Mrs. Barker” embroidered on the back.
She also responded to another commenter on Instagram who had assumed the reality star is expecting based on a picture from March 2. Kourtney seldom confirms pregnancy rumours, but she felt it was important to tell her fans about her in-vitro fertilization experience.
She commented on an Instagram photo of herself posing for one of her company’s new supplement ads, “I only acknowledge this comment because I do think it’s important to know how IVF affects women’s bodies and it’s not spoken about much. Also, are we still asking women if they’re pregnant?”
Kourtney shared more details about her IVF experience back in October, stating that the process “really took a toll on my health and mentally. The hormones. The medication. You have to get put to sleep every time,” she said on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast. “I know it’s for so many people but it’s just not for me.”
Kourtney, who is also the mother of the children Mason, Reigh, and Penelope, acknowledged feeling under pressure to go in this way. “If you look online, it says if you’re over 40, go right away to an IVF doctor,” she said. “So I felt a little bit pushed.”
And although the 43-year-old may not have liked the IVF process, she thinks that everything happens for a purpose. She shared “I got to a place where I just felt exactly like how timing is everything with me and Travis. So, I feel like if it’s truly meant to be it will happen. We are, for now, done with IVF. We say prayers and hope that god blesses us with a baby.”
Published by HOLR Magazine.