Kylie Jenner eases fans fears after she flaunts toned abs just days after being hospitalized

Beauty mogul Kylie Jenner was seen showing off her flat tummy and toned abs as she recovers after being hospitalized.

                            Kylie Jenner eases fans fears after she flaunts toned abs just days after being hospitalized
Kylie Jenner (Getty Images)

'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' star Kylie Jenner looks like she is definitely feeling a lot better after being hospitalized over scary flu-like symptoms. 

The 22-year-old mother of one took to her Instagram to share a short video that showed off her toned and fit abs as she posed in front of a mirror. She wrote on the video, "Ok, my body is really pulling the f–k through these days". Jenner was seen sporting a fitted blue sports bra as well as black sweatpants. 

During the video, she even gently pulled her sweatpants down a little further to give her fans a further look. Her video comes after she was hospitalized over severe dizziness and flu-like symptoms last week. She was reportedly so unwell that she had to miss out on the Balmain show at Paris Fashion Week. 


The beauty mogul is Balmain's Artistic Director of Makeup and all of the beauty looks featured and seen in the show had been created from the Kylie X Balmain Cosmetics collaboration. Momager Kris Jenner filled in for her daughter at the event, while Jenner's father Caitlyn Jenner stayed by her side in the hospital. 

Jenner took to social media to express her disappointment and said that she was "heartbroken" to miss the event. She also revealed that she had to drop out of presenting at the Emmy Awards which took place last week where her sisters Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner took to the stage. 

Over the weekend, Jenner shared another video of herself wearing a nude bralette which she had paired with low-rise sweatpants. In the video, she had turned around giving her fans and followers a look at her toned and shapely derriere. She revealed that she is now recovering and is "feeling so much better".