Kourtney Kardashian Shares Sexy Photos In Silk Bathrobe, Kim Pokes Fun At Her Sis

Kourtney Kardashian Shares Sexy Photos In Silk Bathrobe, Kim Pokes Fun At Her Sis
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Kourtney Kardashian flaunts her great legs and thighs in a new Instagram photo that got over 2 million likes and more than 13,000 comments. The funniest part is also Kim ’s comment on one of her photos, and fans couldn’t stop laughing at the last photo from the slide.

Looking at the 41-year old mom’s legs, we can all agree we should do more squats! Instagram absolutely adored her thighs that she revealed in a few photos from August 26. Dressed in a floral pattern silk bathrobe, Kourt stood cross-legged on a chair, staring at the camera.

Her fans gushed at the series of photos “great legs,” and “okay flew up then... leg & thighs. flex game.” However, the highlight of the comment section was when Kim Kardashian wrote “last pic is my fave.”

Captioning the photos “last swipe for actual mood,” Kourtney poked fun at herself. Her photoshoot was fun to watch, especially when we did swipe to see the last photo. Check it out for yourselves below.

Kourtney looked amazing yesterday, thanks to her good looks and her glam team. Hairstylist Glen Coco took care of her locks and MUA Tonya Brewer gave her entrancing smoky eyes.

The KUWTK star has been posting plenty of revealing photos, more recently sharing a few photos at Kris Jenner’s pool in Palm Springs. She posed with her new friend Addison Rae, 19. Together, the two BFFs have been working out “six-seven days a week,” with celebrity trainer Don-A-Matrix leading the workout session.

Earlier this year, Don-A-Matrix talked to HollywoodLife and revealed that the Kardashians are extreme when it comes to working out. “They work out five, six days a week….we’ll do anywhere between 10, 15, 20 repetitions, mainly 20 repetitions, and we’ll do three sets.”


The celebrity trainer also revealed that the Kardashians ’ bodies are so fit thanks to multifunctional movements: “things where it’s a squat, all right, so we’re getting the basic resistance squat in, but we’re making it a cardiovascular movement also.”


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