AceShowbiz - Kaitlynn Carter is keeping it real. "The Hills: New Beginnings" star doesn't hesitate to share her feelings with her online devotees when one of them expresses his/her concern regarding her well-being.
On Tuesday, October 22, the 31-year-old took to her Instagram account to share a selfie of her lounging in a hot pink bikini. While she looked okay and was just chilling in the picture, one fan noticed that the star was looking corcerningly thinner.
"Oh Kaitlynn u look too thin r u ok you are so beautiful hope all is ok it was nice to see you healthy for a bit modeling it was normal it seems like the new norm is being shown as super thin is only exceptional," the concerned fan wrote in the comment section. Responding to the comment, Kaitlynn said, "I mean I been through some s**t lately LOL."
It seems like Kaitlynn was referring to her drama with ex-fling Miley Cyrus, who is now dating Cody Simpson. Kaitlyn and the "Malibu" singer were together for a while before they decided to call it quits on September 21.
Not long after they split, Miley was pictured making out with Cody and things were just escalating from there. Earlier this month, the Australian singer revealed that he was no longer single. "I am not single, I am not single. I'm very happy. Very, very happy," he said to HollywoodLife.com at the Tiffany & Co. Men's Launch Event in Los Angeles on October 11.
He went on gushing over Miley, saying, "She's creative, she's very passionate about what she does. I'm very similar in that sense, so I think that's why we get along so well. We just have a ball, yeah! That's the most important part of a relationship, you know?"
"When you can just say…we’ve been friends…the reason why it's not like, it hasn’t been like a really crazy, sudden thing is because we've been friends for so long that when, you know, we sort of found each other again in a space…we both met back in the day when we were partying a lot and we like, had a lot of fun then, but now we found each other in a space where we're not partying, working real hard, and it just keeps things healthy," he continued.