Kim Kardashian Attends 20-Year High School Reunion

Kim Kardashian Attends 20-Year High School Reunion

So, Kim Kardashian had her 20th high school reunion this weekend. Kardashian also shared her desire for "positive vibes" only on Twitter, admitting that she had deleted some of her photos after getting hit by non-positive comments.

Kim documented the night on Snapchat, showing her millions of followers around her old school.

The 37-year-old enjoyed a sun-soaked trip to Turks and Caicos with sister Kourtney, 38, and gave fans a sneak peek into the holiday by sharing a number of suitably banging bikini pictures. Kim and her sister Kourtney Kardashian seemed to be playing a game of who-can-wear-the-tiniest-bikini, with the Kardashian siblings only taking time away from the swimsuit showdown to post a photo together for National Siblings Day.

The snap quickly drew attention from fans and followers, many commented on her photo, asking the beauty mogul questions like "Was this edited with MS Paint?" and "What's wrong with your hand?"

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However, comparing the original post and the new one, it looks like a new filter is all that Kim added to the re-upload.

"Kim and Kourtney Kardashian are furious with Khloe's boyfriend Tristan Thompson - but played nice while with him in the star's birthing suite".

The image of Saint and Dream comes hours after the Keeping Up with the Kardashians revealed the reason she chose to delete most of her bikini photos.

Kardashian went on to share in several videos and photos that she was not "worried" about running into people because she felt "good" about her conscience. "The whole family is beyond pissed at Tristan", the source stated.

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