Kim Kardashian got up early Saturday morning to greet her 192 million subscribers with a bit of “ morning sun. ”
Looking like a ray of light in a marigold mesh top and yellow snakeskin mini skirt, the 40-year-old mother of four showed off her killer curves.
Rocking geometric shaped earrings and caramel hair that flowed past her waist, Kim really committed to a golden look as she posed in her closet.
Rise n shine: Kim Kardashian, 40, shared a series of golden images to greet her 192 million subscribers on Saturday morning
The aspiring lawyer was fresh out of glamor with her team, as they could be seen doing last minute touch-ups on the plans.
She captioned the shots “Morning Sunshine,” while smiling softly for the camera.
With her usual Chris Appleton team on her hair and Kylie Jenner’s makeup artist, Ariel, she dressed with nowhere to go – well.
She went on to say that her shapewear brand Skims are now releasing their own slides just in time for the holidays.
Skims Slides: Kim has announced that she is adding slides and slippers to her Skims shape clothing line, which will be released on November 24
Ultra plush: Kim donned a pair of plush brown slippers as she teased the shoe’s launch
Holiday drop: Just in time for the holidays, Kim Skims’ loungewear / shapewear line has announced the launch of its slides
Giving her followers a glimpse of the latest furry designs, she showed off her feet in a pair of brown slippers.
The “ultra plush” slides are available in a range of colors, including black, pink, brown and white.
The footage comes as a well-deserved break from his relentless photos of the Tahitian birthday party nearly a month after the controversial celebration.
Ray of light: She gently smiled at the camera as she posed in her closet while showing off her tiny curves
Safe at home: With her usual Chris Appleton team on her hair and Kylie Jenner’s makeup artist Ariel, she got dressed with nowhere to go, finally
Throwing a boisterous birthday party on the island that cost over $ 1 million, she continued to share content despite an overwhelming backlash for the deaf festivities.
In a pandemic with 11.9 million cases nationwide and nearly 255,000 deaths, the Kardashians have really mismanaged – or rather showed their true colors – during this tense time.
“ After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine themselves, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time, ” Kim wrote in her Instagram caption.
Renting a private island and carrying 50 guests on a plane – which could certainly be considered non-essential travel, they then stayed in a luxury hotel for six days to the tune of $ 20,000 a night.
It’s 40: Kim faced backlash for her carefree birthday party on a private island as she flaunted her extreme wealth while defying mandatory pandemic orders to ‘stay home’ in a country with 11.9 million current cases; October photo
Luxury tour: Kim flew her ‘closest’ inner circle aboard a Crystal Luxury Jet to a private Tahitian island for her 40th birthday
Privileged: Perfectly unaware of their disconnected lifestyle, the Kar-Jenner sisters caused a storm on social media as they celebrated Kim’s birthday.
Private Island: Friends and family stayed at a luxury resort that costs over $ 20,000 per night
Ridin dirty: In attendance were close friends LaLa Anthony and Fai Khadra as part of the 50-person party Kim stole from the States
The entire Kardashians have remained completely unresponsive and frankly irresponsible for their actions during a pandemic and record unemployment, harshly displaying their extreme wealth.
Continuing to show their disrespect, the family went on to celebrate Kendall’s birthday at the 1 Hotel in West Hollywood surrounded by what looked like 100 people.
Social media was on fire again, as the family continued their reckless antics with no signs of slowing down.
Needless: Kendall’s Halloween-themed birthday party was on the heels of the Kim Island getaway as social media took even more offense at the continued reckless displays; photographed October 31