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Kourtney Kardashian attends 2018 LACMA Art + Film Gala honoring Catherine Opie and Guillermo del Toro presented by Gucci at LACMA on November 3, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

Kourtney Kardashian is showing off her unedited booty on her lifestyle page, Poosh! The 42-year-old mother of three took to her Instagram Stories to share photo of herself from behind, walking in strappy red heels and a thong bikini.

The post about her workout for an instant butt lift (at-home pilates) was filled with comments of praise by fans who were impressed that the reality star didn’t retouch the image to erase her cellulite.

“ok finally an unedited kardashian 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻” wrote one user.

“Unedited queen 👏😍🔥” chimed another.

Another person wrote, “She the most interesting to look at 🔥 🍑🍑🍑🔥”

One person said, “Way to empower the natural women body!! Love this 🙌❤️”

“It’s so selfless 🙌, so brave, and really nice (she does not have to do that)…” one person said. “so crazy impactful for us mere mortals. What a woman, do her own woman, 💃🏻making her own rules. Just thank you 🙌”

“I love that the little dimples were kept! Its so natural and so beautiful 😍” a person noted.

The Poosh site reads, “Pilates has become one of Kourt’s favorite workouts over quarantine. She does a session every day outside at her home (some days she’ll even do two sessions). The exercise is great for toning, stretching, flexibility, and sculpting a nice and round rear.”

Here’s the version she posted on her Instagram:

Back in 2019, Kourtney posted a photo on the Poosh Instagram of her stretch marks writing, “Stretch marks: we’ve all got them.”

As they are not as noticeable as one would think, the sentiment was ill-received by fans with many fans not able to see the stretch marks. “So where are the stretch marks? Anyone have a magnifying glass?” wrote one person.

One person called out the negative impact of Kourtney’s photo writing, “I can’t believe how this post got glorified through the media. It made it seem like she was taking a stand for women with stretch marks and saying it was ok to have them… Yet it’s really a post to sell a product to remove them. If you can’t love a woman with or without stretchmarks…you really don’t love the woman. 💯”