The Kardashian sister has caused a stir online with a series of seriously sexy snaps – just days after her last bikini photos copped criticism.
Kim Kardashian has set the internet alight with a series of sizzling bikini photos.
The 41-year-old posed in a tiny pink bikini on a sun lounger during her Bahamas getaway with new man Pete Davidson.
The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star covered her body in tanning oil and leaned back on her arms in all four snaps.
She went for a glamorous look, pairing her string bikini with a large metallic sunglasses, while pulling her long hair back into a ponytail.
Kim confirmed the photos were taken during her trip to the Bahamas with Pete, 28, earlier this month by captioning the post: “Still spamming vacay pics.”
Fans rushed to the comments section to compliment Kim, revealing the couldn’t get enough of her holiday content.
Many fans described the mum-of-four as “stunning” and “beautiful” in the photos.
“This is beyond amazing,” one wrote.
“You’re not playing fair,” another teased.
As one remarked: “Pete Davidson is one lucky SOB.”
Earlier this week she caused a stir with her 283 million followers for a very different reason after it appeared the Skims founder may have Photoshopped an earlier bikini picture from the Bahamas trip.
In the photo, Kim was modelling a swimsuit from her new collection, but followers noted it appeared her leg was warped and featured a curve behind her knee.
Although Kardashian was quick to delete the photo and re-upload the series without the botched image, a fan account still managed to screenshot and repost it.
“Kim what happened to your leg?” asked one fan, while another hinted, “Kim, Kim, Kim … Your right leg is, uh …”
The KKW Beauty founder hasn’t publicly acknowledged the Photoshop allegations – but they came just hours after a medical study named the star as an influencer fuelling negative body image.
A study conducted by Toronto’s York University discovered that “slim-thick” imagery online causes more body dissatisfaction among young women that images of slimmer women.
The “slim-thick” body ideal — defined by the researchers as “a curvier or more full-body type, characterised by a small waist and flat stomach but large butt, breasts and thighs” — has become more idolised in mainstream media in recent years, with the Kardashians widely credited as being behind the surge in popularity.
The study actually named the Kardashian mogul and her sister Kylie Jenner as influencers who contribute to the discontent women feel about their bodies because of their online content, describing the body type as “unattainable”.