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Kourtney Kardashian Praised For Not Editing Stretch Marks, Was It an Accident?

By Whitney Vasquez

Kourtney Kardashian is getting applauded for not editing out her stretch marks, but could it have been an accident by an employee who slipped up?

The photo shows the "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" star sporting a black one-piece with the highest hip cutouts imaginable.

Fans quickly noticed the stretch marks that appear on Kourtney's left hip and sung her praises.

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The post, which was shared on her lifestyle brand Poosh's Instagram account, quickly flooded with happy fans who were ecstatic they could relate to a body issue with Kourtney.

"I love when we get to see stretch marks...normal bodies," one follower commented. "Stretch marks! On a Kardashian!! Oh this is one reason you're my fave!" wrote another.

Others credited Kourtney's latest Poosh post for giving them confidence with their own bodies.

"Those stretch marks are giving me life & helping me embrace mine," a fan responded.


It appears the fans could be focusing their praises on the wrong person, because it's likely Kourtney doesn't run the Poosh Instagram and an employee of the lifestyle brand does.

In fact, she posted a shot wearing the same bathing suit days ago and there are no stretch marks.

No one commented on what looks like her heavily airbrushed legs because they were too focused on her "dived or dove" controversy.

The reality star captioned the sexy shot, "We dived to see the statue of Il Cristo degli Abissi underwater (not pictured) but this is us right before."

She was berated by fans who were arguing whether it was actually "dove" instead of "dived."

That's when Kourtney hit back and dropped some knowledge.

"Dived and dove are alternative conjugations of the past tense of the verb dive. Dived has traditionally been considered correct, but dove has become widely accepted in American English. Dived is still preferred in British English. To avoid errors, always use dived in academic or professional writing," she replied.

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