Celebrity·Posted on 4 Oct 2018Kim Kardashian Apologised For Joking About Looking "Anorexic" On Instagram"I know people that have serious eating disorders and have been in and out of the hospital for 15 years. I should've known better."by Ellie WoodwardBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink You probably remember that a couple of months ago, the Kardashians came under fire after posting videos in which they praised Kim for looking "so skinny." View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The conversation started after Kim revealed that she'd lost 20 lbs after working with a bodybuilding personal trainer for a year. In one of the clips, Kendall said to Kim: "I'm really concerned, I don't think you're eating. You look so skinny!" to which Kim joyfully responded: "What?!?!?" Instagram: @kimkardashian In another clip, Khloé told Kim she'd "never seen a skinnier person in [her] life." Instagram: @khloekardashian And in another conversation, Khloé and her best friend Malika speculated that Kim had been surviving on "celery and oxygen," before Khloé pointed to Kim's waist and said: "You look anorexic there." Instagram: @kimkardashian Kim uploaded that video with the caption "tell me more". At the time, people were outraged by the videos and accused the Kardashians of glamourising extreme weight loss and making light of eating disorders. Charl Pearce @gingergirlsays Meanwhile, over on Instastory of one of the worlds most influential women: Kendall: Like I’m really concerned, I don’t think you’re eating. You look so skinny. Kim: Ohmygod THANK YOU! And we wonder why eating disorders are a thing. 09:46 PM - 29 Jul 2018 Reply Retweet Favorite In the days afterwards, Khloé defended her comments, saying "people [were] taking them too far." View this photo on Instagram instagram.com In an interview with E! Khloé said: "Kim looks great and I'm praising her for looking good. I think people are taking those comments so far. It's also we're teasing each other too. But yeah, people just take anything and just run with it." However, Kim has now spoken about the subject, apologising for the videos and saying she "should have known better" than to trivialise eating disorders. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Speaking on the Pretty Big Deal podcast, Kim said: "Honestly, looking back, I 100% completely understand where people would be coming from that felt [offended.] My intention is never to offend, and I really apologise if I offended anyone, because an eating disorder is serious. I know people that have serious eating disorders and have been in and out of the hospital for 15 years — close people — so I've experienced enough to have known better." And she went on to say that she can see why the videos were "insensitive." View this photo on Instagram instagram.com She said: "I was with my sisters and laughing and joking. I guess sometimes you can get carried away. It was insensitive. But it definitely wasn't my intention."