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The North Korean leader is said to be spending time on his refurbished boat as the country continues to struggle with famine and Covid. Photographs obtained via Google Earth showed the huge barge docked on a private beach at his mansion in Wonsan.

The vacation complex features a basketball court and a private beach and train station, according to satellite pictures.

Mr Kim’s boat was anchored at the property shortly before noon on Monday.

However, it is not confirmed he had been travelling aboard the boat, NK News reported.

According to the news outlet, anyone in Mr Kim’s close circle could have borrowed the 260ft barge.

Mr Kim’s smaller pool boat was also docked by the complex last week.

The reports come after South Korean intelligence experts claimed the leader had shed thee stone in a new diet.

However, the unexpected weigh loss has prompted fears over Mr Kim’s health.

He had previously been shrouded in secrecy for a period away from the media attention.

But after his return in the last few weeks, his weight loss became evident.

South Korean spies claimed Mr Kim had been returning from a secret fitness retreat.

The National Intelligence Service from across the border said Mr Kim has so far lost up to 20kg, NK News reported.

Korean intelligence reported Kim as “recently having lost around 10 to 20 kilograms of weight”.

The document explained that he “is now conducting normal governance activities”.

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