Kim Kardashian appeared in good spirits while showing her curvy silhouette off in a bikini as she posed alongside her grandmother
Kim Kardashian put all her drama to one side as she spent some quality time with her grandmother MJ.
The 40-year-old reality TV star looked incredible as she flaunted her slim silhouette in a simple, yet classy black two-piece bikini.
Her glamorous maternal grandmother, MJ, who has appeared multiple times on Keeping With The Kardashians over the years, was serving a more modest look while posing next to her granddaughter.
Kris Jenner’s mom did, however, respect the ongoing summer theme as she was wearing a bucket hat wrapped in a white long scarf, a white tunic and light-coloured pants.
Kim captioned the small family reunion: “My cutie MJ”.
The Instagram post showing the matriarch of the family has received nearly 3 million likes so far.
The Skims owner is one of the most followed personalities on the social media app, as she has a total of 223 million followers.
Kim’s fans are used to seeing the entrepreneur flaunting her curvy body, as she often shares pictures of herself in bathing suits and underwear, usually promoting her shapewear company Skims.
Nonetheless, the precious moment the famous socialite shared with her 87-year-old grandma was undoubtedly a welcome break as Kim has been dealing with a high-profile divorce, as well as a new lawsuit.
After seven years of marriage, Kim filed for divorce in February, following numerous speculations that she had separated from rapper, Kanye West.
The formal A-list couple, who shares four children, agreed in April 2021 that they would end their marriage due to “irreconcilable differences” while in court.
Kim and Kanye also agreed to the joint custody of North, Psalm, Chicago and Saint, as well as not needing spousal support.
Nevertheless, troubles were far from over for the E! star, who was most recently sued for “failing to pay staff” at her $60 million home in Los Angeles.
Although a source told TMZ that the Californian celeb was “not responsible for how the vendor manages their business” Frank Kim, the lawyer representing the former workers, made opposing statements.
He told Page six: “Wage theft and other workplace violations are a widespread problem in Los Angeles.”
Frank added: “My firm is currently investigating other potential violations against these defendants, as well as other powerful families and businesses on behalf of everyday workers.”
Despite the numerous scandals thrown her way, Kim seemed unphased in her new Instagram story, as she promoted her latest neon Skims collection while appearing in good spirits.