The reality star recently sparked rumours that she ‘got her filler removed’ – but an insider has revealed she’s simply stopped getting her Brazilian Bum Lift topped up, reports The Sun.“Kim never had implants – it was a fat transfer into her butt,” says the source. “She had it topped up every so often throughout her marriage to Kanye [West] but now she’s over that look.“She’s stopped getting the transfers and letting it decrease naturally as she loses weight.“Kanye loved that look but [new boyfriend] Pete [Davidson] just wants her to be happy and loves her whatever she looks like.“She’s gone through a big life change with the divorce and wants a new look to go with her new life.”Kim, 41, has always denied having surgery on her bum – and in 2011, on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she had her backside scanned to ‘prove’ she didn’t have implants.A BBL is a surgical procedure where fat is removed from another area of the body – hips, or stomach – and injected into the bum area. Fans first noticed Kim’s shrinking bum last August after the star posed in tight leggings for an Instagram snap – and it’s been getting smaller ever since. Kim recently revealed she lost more than seven kilograms in three weeks to fit into Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress for the Met Gala in May.She told Vogue on the red carpet: “I tried [the dress] on and it didn’t fit me. I said, ‘Give me three weeks.’“I had to lose 16 pounds (7.25kgs) down today. It was such a challenge. It was like a [movie] role. I was determined to fit [into] it. I haven’t had carbs or sugar in about three weeks.”Kim’s rep has been approached for comment.It comes after Kim was spotted posing without her underwear for a sexy new photo shoot after jetted off on holiday.The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum has been flaunting her new slim figure in skimpy clothing after losing weight.The star took to her Instagram profile on Thursday to post a series of pictures in a skin-tight long-sleeved black turtleneck dress with a cutout detail along the left hip – revealing she’d gone knickerless.This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.
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