Kim and Khloé Kardashian Wear Stunning Metallic Bikinis to Turks and Caicos
Kim Kardashian knows exactly how to promote her new sexy swimwear for her SKIMS line, and it involves roping in her family for a little modeling work. Her sister, Khloé Kardashian, donned one of Kim’s suits for a photoshoot on the beach in Turks and Caicos. It seems likes the gals are there for a birthday trip to celebrate Khloé, who recently turned 38.
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On the beach, Khloé wore a skintight silver one piece, while Kim put on one of her two piece bikinis. They posed in the metallic looks, hosing off, brushing sand, and generally making a trip to the beach look like a great idea. Right now, both sisters are blondes and they really seem to be having fun. For most of the shoot, Kim was wearing her giant sunglasses, giving the look a sci-fi feel.
Kim went blonde to stay on theme when she attended the Met Gala wearing a famous dress that belonged to icon Marilyn Monroe. It was the dress in which Monroe famously sang “Happy Birthday, Mr. President.” After the event, rumors circulated online that Kim had damaged the dress, but Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!, who care for the dress, released a statement contradicting the them.
“Kim Kardashian wearing the ‘Happy Birthday’ dress has been hotly contested, but the fact remains that she did not, in any way, damage the garment in the short amount of time it was worn at the Met Gala,” Ripley’s said. They offered some receipts in the form of a report from 2017 that noted the damaged seams.
The beauty and fashion mogul attended the Met Gala with her boyfriend, comedian Pete Davidson, who she began dating after they connected on the set of Saturday Night Live last fall. Kim had filed for divorce from her ex, Kanye West, earlier that year. Kim and West share four children together, who they work to co-parent.
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