Kylie Jenner wears a crop top and no pants to show off post-baby body a month after Stormi's birth

Stormi Webster is a month old — and her mother, Kylie Jenner, is ready to come out from hiding.

After keeping a low profile throughout her pregnancy, the 20-year-old beauty mogul is back on social media and celebrating not only her daughter’s month-old milestone but her own post-baby weight loss.

In addition to sharing a sweet mother-daughter photo on Snapchat and Instagram Stories, the new mom posted video footage that shows her admiring her figure “1 monthhhhh” after giving birth. A simple black crop top and matching underwear left little to the imagination, with Jenner’s flat stomach and curvy thighs on full display.

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But just as Jenner was accused of glamorizing the young mom experience (“Having a baby at 20 is not all silk pjs & flower walls; most kids don’t have the money and support you’re fortunate enough to have,” griped reality star Dina Mazzo) so her post-maternity makeover has been dismissed by some as unrealistic.

“You are 20,” said one Instagram commenter. “Of course you are going to look like that.”

“I mean yeah, if I basically got paid to lay around, and have copious amounts of money, I’d have abs like that too,” joked another unimpressed follower.

Others speculated that her look might be the result of surgery.

“I love you Kylie and I don’t judge if you had a surgery [but] nobody gets that body a month after having a baby,” read one comment.

While many new mothers cite breastfeeding in their slimming down, the Mayo Clinic notes that women who have experienced an “uncomplicated vaginal delivery” can begin exercising as early as a few days after giving birth.

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