Whoa mama-to-be! Kim Kardashian's pregnant bikini body is plastered on the front of the new Us Weekly cover, and if I do say so myself -- she looks pretty darn amazing.
The photo was taken while she enjoyed a little fun in the sun with her family in Greece, and as you can plainly see -- the suit she's wearing really doesn't leave all that much up to the imagination.
It's about as stringy as string bikinis get, and the fact that she managed to pull it off while seven months pregnant should really be more than enough to shut up her haters once and for all.
Can I get a show of hands as to who else has absolutely had it with people calling Kim fat? Um, hello? You're supposed to gain weight during pregnancy -- that's kind of the way it works, you know, so the baby winds up being healthy, and all.
And I know some of Kim's recent maternity fashion choices haven't exactly been the most flattering things she's ever worn, but based on this bikini shot, it's clear that her body still looks great even with a big ole' baby bump.
In fact, Kim actually looks a hell of a lot better in a string bikini than she does in regular clothes these days. (Huh. Maybe she should just stick to beach attire from here on out?)
Heck, the majority of us couldn't wear that suit when we're not pregnant, given how tiny the straps are. If I put that thing on, I'm fairly certain I'd be spilling out of those bottoms. (Just sayin'.)
And Kim really couldn't have picked a more perfect time to put her bump out there on display. Let's face it -- month seven is a good one as far as pregnancy goes. You're not too big, but it's obvious that you're pregnant (not carrying a food baby), so it's the ideal time to throw on a skimpy swimsuit and show the world what you've got.
As for her haters, if this picture isn't enough to silence them for good, then I guess there's really nothing that she can do to convince them to back the fu&% off.
(Other than doing a major bikini photo shoot a few months postpartum, of course.)
Do you think Kim looks good in her bikini?
Image via Us Weekly