A woman with a tiny waist says her proportions are a result of her natural slenderness.
Su Naing, 23, is thought to have one of the world's smallest waists measuring at just 13.7 inches.
The student, from Myanmar, in Southeast Asia, occasionally shares photos of her extreme hourglass figure on Instagram.
It is believed Su has faced accusations of photo editing and taking measures like rib removal to maintain her slim figure.
But the student insists everything is natural as she maintains it by following a healthy diet.
The NHS suggests people should aim for a "healthy" waist size of 31.5 inches or less.
Su said: "I am in a healthy disposition and keep a healthy diet so there is nothing to worry about.
"I don't think there is something wrong with how I look.
"I enjoy posing for pictures and showing off my looks.
"The compliments are very flattering. People agree that it is a beautiful look."
Currently, Ethel Grander, from the UK, holds the Guinness World Record for the world's smallest waist measuring at 13 inches.
But she has undergone a lifetime of "waist training" wearing corsets on a regular basis in order to gain her shape.
Other women with similarly small waists have revealed to getting their ribs removed to achieve their sizes.
It is though Su's waist size has not been independently verified.
Some of her photos do appear to show editing around the waist, although she has denied this.
And the majority of the comments on her snaps are positive, with fans praising her "beautiful" look.
The reality TV star regularly flaunts her jaw-dropping figure on social media.