Kylie Jenner flaunted her stunning figure in a two-piece swimsuit as she lounged outside her multi-million-dollar mansion while looking ready to take a dip in her pool.
Kylie Jenner recently purchased a $36.5 million mansion in the infamous Holmby Hills in California, where she has been self-isolating with her daughter.
Although the beauty hasn't given her fans a tour of her home, she has been sharing regular photos and videos on her social media accounts, which has given a small peek into her world.
Kylie has been soaking up the sun while showing off her custom swimming pool and luxurious patio. Recently, she wore a neon green two-piece bikini while dipping her feet in the water.
She kept her caption simple with two green hearts to show her love for the bold bikini. The photo has received over 7 million likes on Instagram.
One fan joke about her multi-million-dollar mansion being similar to their home and said, "we basically got the same backyard."
Other fans showered her with fire emojis as they expressed their admiration for the sexy pose. One fan has just one word to say about the photo.
According toDaily Mail
, Kylie's sultry pool snaps came right after her sister, Kim Kardashian, flaunted her figure in a leopard print bikini while standing on a stair machine.
They were both posting photos within minutes of each in what was speculated to be a friendly Instagram war among the famous siblings.
Kylie has been spending a lot of time outdoors, where she has been capturing her sexy poses. One of her favorite places to places to lounge around has been her patio, which overlooks her gorgeous swimming pool.
While wearing a look from Kim's "Skims" loungewear, she teased, "oops not supposed to be showing you guys the new cozy Skims."
According to Hollywood Life, fans have been loving her poolside bikini pictures. The looks have many people inspired to transition into summer.
Kylie is always the trendsetter, and her looks amid quarantine are likely to go flying off the selves from her eager fans once summer official arrives.