A BRAZILIAN model who only gave birth four months ago has just got the most-liked photo on Instagram for having the "best bum in the world".
Nathy Kihara, 34, has just been voted the youngest Miss Butt World after scooping the most likes on Instagram out of all the contestants.
The bombshell is the first new mum to win the title of the most beautiful butt in the world.
She received more than 100,000 likes in a photo that shows off her figure.
According to Nathy, her butt measures 96cm and argues she's never had any plastic surgery to increase her glutes.
She said: "I am honoured to be able to represent and encourage many mums who suffer from self-esteem issues around the world."
Talking about her booty, the model insisted: "My butt is totally natural. I train a lot in order to maintain my body."
She says after motherhood she dedicated herself to focus more on her diet, rather than just lifting weights in the gym.
"I think it's a lot more than thinking about a pattern, it's a way to feel better about our own bodies."
Now the mum has two children, a nine-year-old boy and her youngest Luna who she welcomed earlier this year.
The stunning model, from a state just north of Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, enjoys playing sports, physical activities and helping others.
She also had a job where she helped elderly people in nursing homes in her region.
Recently she was trolled by critics after shedding around 2st as she told fans that she's stopped breastfeeding early.
And, she swiftly lost around 2st 2lb and received comments on social media that she looked very “thin”.
She spoke up about early weaning and her fitness routine on Instagram, saying: "I was criticised a lot because people thought I only weaned to go back to training and take care of my body.
"But that wasn't it, breastfeeding is very difficult and everything was done with medical supervision."
Just two months after her pregnancy, Nathy started going to the gym on a daily basis.
She said: “Breastfeeding. It's always great for you to lose weight, that's why I always explain that I didn't stop breastfeeding to take care of the body.
“It was a maternal issue, it has to be de-romanticised."
Nathy added: “People are too judgmental, everything has to be perfect.
“But motherhood hurts, and no one is prepared for it.”
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