In an Instagram post on September 16, Kris shared, "From 95 pounds to 107. From a 22-inch waistline to 25. From XS-S. From working out every other day to 1-2x a week. From a cup of quinoa to cups of rice."
"My husband loves cooking and eating and experimenting with various cuisines and I am the guinea pig who gets to taste them all," Kris wrote.
She added, "No complaints though, people seem to like me more now that I've put on a little weight."
Kris' post gained positive comments from netizens who praised the actress for her healthier body. One netizen said, "Mas bagay sa'yo body mo now," while another said, "It's totally okay, and as long [as] we love our body and what we do. Nobody's opinion is more important than our own."
Kris, who has long shared her workouts on social media, would often receive negative comments about being too skinny. In 2017, the actress slammed people for constantly criticizing her body, with some comments even going as far as calling her anorexic and bulimic. She said, "If I reason out with them, they say that I'm being defensive or guilty. There's no way around it. But if I think they're genuinely concerned about me or have something helpful to say, I do acknowledge them."
Speaking up about body shaming in November 2020, Kris opened up and said that waking up each day to people commenting about her body was not easy. She said, "I am pretty headstrong and kept channeling all this negativity into my work. I would look myself in the mirror, smile, and say, 'Always choose kindness. You are beautiful.'"
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