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Kristin Cavallari Body-Shamed Over 'Too Thin' Uncommon James Campaign Stills

EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

Aug. 16 2019, Updated 7:51 p.m. ET

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Kristin Cavallari shot a few photos for a new campaign for her fashion brand, Uncommon James, in Mexico on Thursday, August 15. She shared a glimpse of the photoshoot on Instagram and many fans were quick to judge her very thin frame.

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EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

Kristin, 32, posed topless on the beach on Mexico’s Pacific coast.

EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

The Very Cavallari star modeled a white bikini and a blue mesh coverup in the water.

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EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

Her hair was sopping wet as she dunked her body into the salty ocean water and she wore no makeup.

EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

Fans quickly took to the comments to body-shame the reality star over how skinny she looked.

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EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

One user wrote, "Tooo thin.... go eat a burger or a real full meal!!" Another said, "This makes me regret those 3 brownies I just unnecessarily had."

EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

Another fan added, "OMG looking hungry as always. F**king Skeletor. Why would anyone buy your cookbook? You don’t even eat. It’s pretty gross, I used to adore you.”

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EXCLUSIVE: Kristin Cavallari shooting Uncommon James campaign in Mexico
Source: MEGA

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