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Kyle Richards took to her Instagram stories on Monday to flaunt her workout body as she hit the gym.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 54, posted a photo of herself at her home gym surrounded by workout equipment and lifting a large weight in one of her hands.
The post comes around the same time she was slammed with online speculation that she’s secretly been using the diabetes drug Ozempic to lose weight.
In her most recent story post, the beauty sat at a workout bench and pointed her phone at the mirror in front of her for the photo.
Kyle sported a matching grey workout set complete with a v-neck sports bra and high-waisted leggings.
Working out: Kyle Richards shared a photo to her Instagram stories working out in her home gym
She had her brunette hair pulled back in a ponytail and a black baseball cap on her head.
The Halloween actress also wore a pair of grey and orange sneakers with a black Apple watch.
For the photo, she flexed her toned arms and tight abs.
She wrote on the post: ‘Ok, Monday… let’s do this.’
Last week Kyle hit back at the claims and spoke to Dailymail.com about what really helped her lose weight.
The reality TV star started out by sharing how she found it frustrating to see her hard work dismissed as the result of a ‘cheat drug.’
‘When people try to blame my appearance on surgery or Ozempic, which would be completely irresponsible to use when diabetics can’t get their hands on it, it’s really frustrating to me,’ Kyle explained.
‘It bothers me. I’d rather just inspire people with what I’m doing so they can try the same things I’ve been doing and see what happens to them.’
Dispelling the rumors: The 54-year-old was recently slammed with online speculation that she’s secretly been using the diabetes drug Ozempic to lose weight
Abs for days: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared how she found it frustrating to see her hard work dismissed as the result of a ‘cheat drug’
Ozempic is a brand-name antidiabetic medication used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
The drug, under the brand name Wegovy is an anti-obesity medication for long-term weight management.
The Little House on the Prairie actress then reflected on the changes she’s made in her lifestyle in order to achieve her toned figure.
‘I noticed a big change when I cut out alcohol, sugar, and carbs from my diet. I was only going to do it for a few weeks until I got where I wanted to be weight-wise.
Flaunting it: ‘It bothers me. I’d rather just inspire people with what I’m doing so they can try the same things I’ve been doing and see what happens to them’
No days off: The Halloween actress has been in the spotlight since she was five, after getting a recurring role on Little House on the Prairie
‘I didn’t put a timeline on it. I felt amazing, and I thought, “I don’t feel like going back.” I started taking it to the next level by working out two hours a day. I really make a point to eat well and take care of my body, and I feel like it shows.’
She also talked about the fan reactions to her weight loss journey.
‘There have been trolls, but I went into my DMs, and I have been inundated with people explaining how I’ve been an inspiration for them. People are really following my lead by giving up sugar and carbs or doing my workouts.’
Kyle has been in the public eye since the age of five after landing a recurring role on NBC’s Little House on the Prairie.
Family photo: The beauty has four daughters, three of which she shares with her current husband Mauricio Umansky; Mauricio, Kyle, Sophia, Farrah, and Alexia in 2022
Supportive: Kyle and Mauricio have been married since 1996
She has been in many other films and television shows; however, she made her major rise to fame in 2010 when she first joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The ER alum has four daughters, her eldest, Farrah, 34, with her first husband, Guraish Aldjufrie.
Her other three daughters, Alexia, 26, Sophia, 23, and Portia, 15, she had with her current husband, Mauricio Umansky, to who she’s been married since 1996.
Stunning: ‘There have been trolls, but I went into my DMs, and I have been inundated with people explaining how I’ve been an inspiration for them;; seen at The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection in February