Kim Kardashian Weight: 'KUWTK' Star Struggles To Lose Baby Weight

3:59 PM EDT 8/6/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Kim Kardashian can't seem to get back to her pre-baby weight.

Although Kardashian's steady stream of body selfies appears to hint that she's completely confident in her post-baby frame, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star opened up about her weight struggles in a new social media post.

"Off to an intense workout," Kardashian wrote on Twitter on Aug. 5, admitting to her current weight struggles. "Can't seem to shake this last 15-20 lbs of baby weight. No more excuses. My baby is 1 years old! UGH."

Kardashian gave birth to her first child with husband Kanye West, North West, in June 2013, and ever since, she has been working hard at the gym. However, while she may appear to be back to her normal size, she hasn't quite made it.

"I'm not gonna call it baby weight bc thats an excuse," Kardashian continued. "I just gained weight & that's it. Why is it so much harder to lose after baby though!!"

And unfortunately, her family isn't making things any easier for her.

Last night, while on a dinner date at Los Angeles' La Scalla with her sister, Kylie Jenner, and a few others, Kardashian shared a photo with her fans on Instagram. Along with the picture, which included Carla DiBello and Shamari Maurice, Kardashian wrote, "Ughhhh @kyliejenner is trying to make me eat carbs!"

Despite the temptation, Kardashian is determined to shed pounds and continues to follow a strict diet and exercise regimen.

“Kim has been coming in quite regularly lately,” Joey Gonzalez, Celebrity Trainer and Partner at Barry’s Bootcamp Sherman Oaks told Radar Online on Aug. 6. “We focus on different areas of the body each day and Kim has been frequenting every class to make sure that she gets a full-body workout.”

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