Kim Kardashian truly had the best 40th birthday ever as she shared more moments from her controversial private island getaway.
The reality star might have faced huge backlash for her lavish celebrations but that hasn’t stopped the makeup mogul from given fans yet another peek into the fun she shared with friends and family last month.
Kim posted a six-minute video that saw her show off various bikini looks, blissful beach strolls, and stress-free boat trips with her sisters and BFFs.
As fans might have expected, the group enjoyed leisurely pools days, swam in lakes and took a dip in the ocean.
They even managed to spot a few whales while they were at it, too.
But the trip seemed to mainly include dancing the night away together on the beach.
Of course, Kim also got the surprise of her life from husband Kanye West with that sensational hologram of Kim’s dad, Robert Kardashian Sr.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has spent the past month turning us all green with envy with her holiday snaps.
But many fans slammed the star, with some branding Kim’s post as ‘tone deaf’, given the current coronavirus pandemic and tough situations many others are facing.
Both Kim’s mum Kris Jenner and her sister Khloe Kardashian have since spoken out in her defence, insisting the trip was carried out safely, with Kris insisting ‘we need to live our best lives’, as life is short.
Khloe, meanwhile, admitted that she ‘gets’ the backlash Kim faced, but insisted those on the island were ‘grateful’ for the tourism.
‘I did hear that people were upset that we all went out of town. I don’t really know the extent of it. This year is a frustrating year, I get it,’ she told Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
‘There’s so many frustrations going on but it’s also her 40th and this is something she really wanted to do for us and it was such a nice thing. Being there with all the precautions we took, and people were so grateful for the tourism aspect of it.’
Khloe continued: ‘So many people said we were their first “party” or guests in months, and what it’s done from them to be able to pay their bills or to do stuff for their family. So just hearing those messages when we were there was really good.’
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