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Keeping Up's Kylie Jenner sends temperatures soaring in paper-thin swimsuit


Kylie Jenner seems to be taking the coronavirus lockdown in her stride as she shares never before seen snaps to her Instagram page.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty is known for her sultry snaps and curvaceous figure, frequently sending fans wild.

Taking to her Instagram page which boasts 168 million followers, Kylie, 22, posed wearing a high-cut paper-thin swimsuit which complimented her figure and highlighted her ample assets.

Posing in front of a pink painted wall, the Kylie Jenner lipkit businesswoman looked sensational as she flaunted her impressive figure.

Opting to close her eyes, the reality legend ran both hands through her luscious raven locks, pushing them up on the top of her head.

Kylie looked sensational as she donned a paper-thin swimsuit

She chose to go for a subtle hint of black winged eyeliner, a signature glossy pout and highlight which complimented her beauty.

Kylie donned a pair of gold hooped earrings and a small gold necklace with a bracelet.

The star captioned the snap with a simple heart and white cloud emoji.

Kylie is no stranger to sending the pulses of her fans racing

Fans and celeb pals instantly flooded the comment section of the post which has racked up almost 3 million likes, with pal Pia Mia commenting: “hot.”

While one fan complimented Kylie saying: “okay yas queen slay.”

“Wow beautiful,” penned another.

Kylie recently announced she would be donating $1 million to aid coronavirus relief funds

Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin recently announced that they will be producing hand sanitizer for hospitals across California during the Covid-19 breakout.

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It’s believed that each bottle will include a message to healthcare workers “dedicated to first responders working to support our communities.”

Kylie has also pledged to donate $1 million to coronavirus relief efforts.

American tabloids claimed that the money would be going towards buying face masks, face shields and other items of protective clothing for medics.





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