Kourtney Kardashian Slammed Pregnancy Comments on Her Latest Instagram Post

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Kourtney Kardashian fans are acting like they've never seen a woman's body before.

On September 18, the Poosh founder shared a series of photos in a simple nude strapless bra and panties and was immediately flooded with questions surrounding her pregnancy status. “Stop because I thought she was holding a baby bump,” one user replied, likely regarding the fourth image of Kardashian resting her hand over her stomach.

However, Kourtney Kardashian was not here for such speculation. When another fan commented, “Wait a minute did I miss that she's pregnant,” Kardashian responded, “Nope, but you're missing a woman's body.”

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Still, one user came to the original commenter's defense, writing, “It's the hand placement. I get it.”

Meanwhile, sister Khloé Kardashian replied to the photos twice, writing, “Goodness you’re gorgeous” and “My baby right thuuuuurrrr.”

While comments on women's bodies should be stopped across the board, these may be particularly upsetting to Kourtney Kardashian considering she has been open about trying for a baby with her new husband, Travis Barker.

Back in March it was revealed that the couple was planning to expand their blended family in the first full trailer for the Hulu reality show The Kardashians. She already shares three children with ex Scott Disick, while Barker shares two children from a previous relationship with Shanna Moakler.

Once the series aired in April, Kardashian began opening up about her “awful” experience with IVF treatments. “Travis and I want to have a baby, and so my doctor took us down this road of doing IVF, and it hasn't been the most amazing experience,” she said in one confessional, per Harper's Bazaar. “I think because I'm so clean and careful with what I put into my body, it's just having the complete opposite reaction and is working as a contraceptive instead of helping us.”

In that initial trailer, Kourtney tells Kris Jenner, “It's so easy to comment on people when you have no idea what they're actually going through.” Clearly, that remains true.

Originally Appeared on Glamour