Kim Kardashian’s obsession with body-revealing outfits, bikinis to be precise, has no bounds and we are not complaining, you guys. While the reality TV star often sets the temperature soaring through her Instagram posts, Kim’s recent leaked bikini-clad pictures from her Mexican getaway have only added fuel to the fire. It was on Sunday that the 39-year-old jetted off to Mexico to have a blissful weekend; a couple of sultry pictures from the same see her taking a dip in the water and soaking the sun. Hot, hot!
The first set of pictures feature the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star flaunting her perfectly-toned curves and abs in a barely-there copper coloured swimsuit. Kim finished her look with a bun and a funky pair of earrings and glares. She could be seen taking a stroll down the beach and looked sensual as ever. The remaining snaps have Kim wearing a grey-coloured thong-style bikini and relaxing on the beach. In a video shared by Kim K on her Instagram story, she could be heard saying “Doesn’t get much better than this.” (ALSO READ - Kim Kardashian Just Put Kiddos Chicago And True In A Shopping Trolley And Gave Them A Heady Spin – VIDEO)
Check out the pictures below:
Meanwhile, Kim K’s sister Khloe Kardashian has recently reconciled with ex Tristan Thompson; however, there were reports of Kim not accepting it and rather booing Tristan. The makeup mogul has now rubbished them all by tweeting “I was there to support him! And was cheering screaming LETS GO TRISTAN!!!!! I would never go boo anyone. I don't go to hate, only to cheer."
Take a look at her tweet:
I was there to support him! And was cheering screaming LETS GO TRISTAN!!!!! I would never go boo anyone. I don’t go to hate, only to cheer! https://t.co/EgaqiepH2z— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 14, 2020
Well, the Kardashians are indeed our perfect stop for all the drama.
image source: instagram/kimkardashian
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