AceShowbiz - Kim Zolciak did have a breast reduction surgery. The reality TV star opened up about her plans to have smaller implants several months ago and now she has taken to Instagram to reveal that she just went under the knife for the procedure and show the results.
On Wednesday, September 19, the "Don't Be Tardy..." star shared on her Instagram Story the first picture of her new chest while she's still recovering, as she appeared to wear post-surgical breast pads. Thanking her surgeon, she wrote on it, "Part of the itty bitty titty committee thanks @dr.hochstein."
Kim, who has given birth to six children, revealed her desire to have smaller implants on her podcast back in July. "I obviously have implants. I have the largest implants they actually make, but it doesn't look that big on my body because of just the way I'm built," she shared. "But, I'm thinking about actually getting my boobs reduced."
"I already called Dr. Hochstein, who did my boobs and tummy a few years ago. He did my hernia repair and my tummy tuck after that, you might as well!" the 40-year-old told her listeners. "And I said, 'You know, I feel like I should get my boobs reduced. They're heavy, my posture is terrible, I'm getting older.' What do you guys think?"
She then continued to explain why she had breast implants. "I had a lift and I have like the nicest boobs ever. I did breastfeed all of my kids, so ladies, let's be honest, they were stretched out, loss of volume, pancake nipples," she said. "So [Dr. Hochstein] gave me back my 18-year-old chest, which was amazing. He's the best for that you guys."
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star also asked her followers on Instagram to help her choose the cup size. "So anyways, let me know. I'm thinking like a C, a full C," she wrote prior to the surgery. She added, "I have to have all my clothes altered. I have to buy a size 6 in everything when I could wear a size 2 in tops because of my boobs and then have everything altered. So it'd be nice to just be able to wear something. They're perky because I had a lift, so it's not really that, it's just the weight of them."