It looks like amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, there are some who are already headed for a nice weekend getaway or dashed off for a small trip in another country or probably in the outskirts. Speaking of which, it looks like Kim Kardashian has also jetted off with her kids for a fun day out with her kids, that's what her latest Instagram post suggests. Kim recently took to her Instagram and shared a video of herself taking a dip into the blue lagoon with her kids North West and Saint West. In the video, we see Kim flaunting her bikini bod in a purple two piece and white crocs as she takes a plunge for a cool off. Then we get to see North taking a dip with full enthusiasm. When it was Saint's turn, he looked a bit hesitant, however, after taking some moments, he too took the plunge while his mother waited for him to dive.
While sharing the video on her page, she simply backed it with, "The Blue Lagoon." The video is giving us some serious inspiration to head for a small trip amidst the lockdown. Before sharing this video, the beauty mogul took to her social media and shared a string of hot pictures of her 'night swim' on Instagram. In the pictures, the mom of four flaunts her curvaceous body posing like a bombshell in a bikini as she enjoys a night swim.
Meanwhile, apart from all this, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is also going through an emotional turmoil. The TV reality star's husband and rapper Kanye West who is having a bipolar disorder has been dropping some explosive details about their marriage and relationship. He even shared a video of him peeing on his Grammy's award which made Kim upset and disappointed.
As per USmagazine.com, an insider has revealed, "She is deeply disappointed and sad because Kanye is struggling. It’s a vicious cycle that Kim has had success at interrupting successfully for months at a time.”
Image source: Instagram/ kimkadarshian
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