Kyle Richards continues to show off her shrinking physique on social media.
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 54, posted two photos of herself on Instagram Saturday that showcased her trim figure in a tight-fitting orange dress.
In the one of the snaps, she’s seen standing on a staircase with leopard-print carpeting, while the second image displays a close-up of her face.
“I’d rather be a lonely lion than a popular sheep 🦁,” the Bravo star captioned the post.
At the beginning of the year, Richards revealed that she had revamped her diet.
“After gaining weight during the summer — on July 15 — after getting off the boat I said ‘That is it. I’m not having any sugar, any carbs, any alcohol,’” the “Halloween Kills” star told fellow “Housewives” Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge on the podcast, “Two Ts In A Pod.”
She also denied that she took the diabetes drug Ozempic to boost her weight loss.
“A lot of people think I’ve been taking Ozempic. To clarify I’ve never taken Ozempic,” Richards claimed.
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Last February, the mom-of-four reiterated in an interview with Page Six that she has never used the drug.
“I had never heard of it. I had heard of it when they accused me, but I’d already lost weight by the time I had heard about Ozempic, so it was really frustrating to me,” she previously said. “What I don’t want to get lost in this is that I want to be able to inspire people.”
“I stopped drinking almost seven months ago, I don’t eat bad, sugar, pizza, donuts, carbs … so I’d rather be inspiring than people making up stories about me,” she continued.
The reality star alleged that she also lost weight by working out for “two hours every day.”
Richards has not been shy about showing off her new body, posting photos of her defined abs after a workout.
Another celeb accused of using Ozempic is Julia Fox, who also angrily denied the claim.
“All these people are coming for me saying that I take the weight-loss things — people are saying that I’m taking Ozempic or whatever it’s called — I’m not, and I never have,” the “Uncut Gems” star told “Entertainment Tonight” recently.
“I would never do that. There are diabetics that need it,” she added.
Critics also thought Khloé Kardashian used the drug, which annoyed the Good American co-founder.
After an Instagram follower suggested she was using it, Kardashian, 38, snapped back, “Let’s not discredit my years of working out. I get up 5 days a week at 6am to train.”
The use of Ozempic has become so widespread that it has led to nationwide shortages of the drug for those who need it to treat Type 2 diabetes.