Kim Kardashian struts her stuff.
The 41-year-old socialite has been enjoying a tropical getaway for a few days now, as she showed off on Instagram.
On Tuesday, the star hit the beach in a flashy bright blue two-piece swimsuit as she spent time on the beach and splashed around in the water.
Kardashian’s swimsuit featured a crop top style swimsuit with short sleeves and high waisted bottoms, all of which showed off her curves.
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The star hasn’t shared her whereabouts in the world, but she did start posting photos from a tropical getaway earlier this week. Her posts contain snaps of the reality star soaking up some sun on the beach – while donning a bikini of course.
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Kardashian’s beach vacation comes as her boyfriend, Pete Davidson, embarks on a new endeavor – turn a ferry into a club.
The 28-year-old comedian and his “Saturday Night Live” co-star Colin Jost recently teamed up with comedy club owner Paul Italia to buy a disused Staten Island Ferry with plans to convert it into a club.
Jost, Davidson and Italia filed Wednesday’s winning bid for the John F. Kennedy, a 277-foot (84-meter) vessel that shuttled between the New York boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island from 1965 until that it be decommissioned. last August.
The trio bought the boat, which was auctioned off by the New York City Department of Administrative Services, for $280,100.
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“The Staten Island Ferry is definitely something iconic,” Italia, a real estate investor and co-owner of The Stand restaurant and comedy club, said Friday. “We wanted to find a way to save it and make it something special.”
The ferry’s transformation won’t be finished anytime soon, but Italia said the project is “in its early stages”.
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“It’s really the start here,” he said. “You have a great idea and you work on executing it and the first step is acquiring the boat, and I think that’s the story right now. We were able to acquire the boat and make sure that it didn’t go in the junkyard like the last two.”
Lauryn Overhultz of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report