Hills a star Whitney HarbourHusband, Tim RosenmanHe gave some clarifications about his concern for his wife Weight – Although he admits that his stance, which includes the opinion that she would look “more attractive with 10 extra pounds,” might make him look bad.
During the Tuesday, August 29 episode of Whitney Podcast, “With WyattTim, 46, and his wife discussed recent speculation about Whitney’s weight, which began in July when the 38-year-old reality TV star admitted Tim was “worried” about her “too thin” appearance. Tim explained on the podcast that he thinks Whitney is “aesthetically very thin” and thinks she could be “more sexy”.
Tim then admitted that this explanation might “open him up to be a dilemma.” However, he redoubled his efforts, stating that he “personally preferred it by another 10 to 15 pounds…from an appearance standpoint”.
The film’s producer later added, “I was worried you might get hotter with the extra 10 or 15 pounds, and that might be a bad thing.”
Whitney agreed that she was unhappy with her “aesthetic” appearance, blaming a “ruptured esophagus” for the disease and causing the dramatic weight loss. “Since then, I don’t think I’ve ever worn it again,” she continued.
Tim, who married Whitney in 2015 and has a 6-year-old son, Sonny, later admitted he was “not concerned about her health” because he had “intimate knowledge” of her “physiology and cholesterol levels”. And she knows she’s healthy. But he added that he worried Whitney would have a “strained relationship with food and looks and her presence in the public eye.”
Whitney first Addressed weight concerns In an Instagram Story dated July 24. “I got a lot of comments about looking too skinny. At first, it didn’t bother me. I blamed it on people not knowing what my diet looked like,” she wrote. “But Timmy brought it to my attention, as a good husband should,” she wrote. “This isn’t just something outsiders say.”
The former MTV star admitted that she doesn’t “consciously think” about her weight and blamed her weight loss on being “too lazy to make feeding myself a priority or being picky when it comes to taste and quality.” She also promised to make her health a “priority” in the future.
As speculation surrounding Whitney’s weight continued the following week, she brought up the topic on her podcast, revealing that she was in the process of looking for a dietitian. She also said that she doesn’t think she has an eating disorder, but rather a type of “eating disorder” where she lets herself feel hungry. “This is not good, this is not healthy,” Whitney added.
She shared another update on August 3, revealing in an Instagram Story that Visited a Baskin Robbins ice cream shop.
“Obviously, I’m working on understanding my relationship with food so I can be the healthiest version of myself,” she wrote. “I want to build muscle and be strong for my bones, and I’m fully committed to focusing on my personal health, but eating more ice cream than usual isn’t bad either.”