Kim Kardashian has been spotted hitting the beach in a daring G-string bikini.
The billionaire reality star hit the sand of Malibu in a bright pink bikini at the weekend, presumably to shoot a campaign for her own fast-growing swimsuit collection for Skims.
The 42-year-old posed on the shore in a surf-style zip-up top — which she unzipped mid-shoot to show off her curves — and a matching thong bottom that put her famous booty on full display.
While her bubblegum-hued suit has yet to hit the Skims website, a selection of similar neon styles dropped online in late February.
To keep warm in between shots on the windy beach, the mum-of-four wrapped up in a robe from her label, but some Reddit users suspected she was covering up something else, accusing the reality star of staging and editing the candid-seeming snaps.
“They’re 100 per cent intentionally made to look accidental- that’s not what her stomach looks like or her a** let’s be real,” one Redditor wrote, in part.
“These are staged and edited. Please don’t tell me you’re falling for this,” another alleged.
But others believed the images hadn’t been Photoshopped whatsoever.
“Maybe I’m naive but these photos look like real unstaged paps pics,” one wrote.
Added another, “I actually think she looks beautiful here. And her age.”
And a third chimed in with, “It’s really nice to see her natural.”
Kardashian and her famous family have weathered their fair share of Photoshop accusations over the years.
Most recently, Khloe was called out for her oddly angled upper leg in an outfit snap (which she later deleted), while Kendall caught flak for her “wild” finger length in a February bikini photo.
Considering how Kim poked fun at her “long handed” model sister following the latter incident, we’re guessing she’ll take her latest photo-editing allegations in stride.
This story originally appeared on New York Post and was reproduced with permission
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