Kim Kardashian recently jetted away to Bali with sisters Kourtney and Khloe, enjoying some much-needed family time.
And, apart from risking losing her diamond earrings again with a daring boat jump, it seems as though the 38-year-old was living her best life with daughter North in the sunshine.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was spotted enjoying a walk on the beach, rocking a stunning pink bikini and matching sarong, with her eldest daughter clutching on to her hand.
Honestly, too cute for words.
While we didnt bag ourselves an invite to the trip – which is a little hurtful – one person who made the flight was Kourtneys ex, Scott Disick.
The former couple, who dated for nearly 10 years before splitting in 2015, have stayed close for the sake of their children, Mason, Penelope and Reign.
Despite seeing other people, with the businessman currently dating Sofia Richie while the 39-year-old has been linked to model Luke Sabbat, they kept things cordial on the beach as they played with their little ones.
Kimmy seemed to have the best time with her family in Bali, but she still managed to cause a whole load of controversy as she relaxed in Indonesia.
Fresh from the drama of her offensive slur over her Halloween costumes, pictures emerged of the mum-of-three riding an elephant during the trip, something that has been deemed cruel by officials, with many tour operators slowly banning the sale of tickets for it.
Many lashed out at the businesswoman online, branding her ignorant for the ride, with Downton Abbey star Peter Egan tweeting his disgust.
She was also slammed by Peta, who told Metro.co.uk: All over the world, tourist traps offer the chance to climb onto an elephants back without divulging to the visitors what these animals endure in order to force them to allow this.
Baby elephants spirits are broken through an egregiously cruel process in which still-nursing elephants are dragged away from their mothers, immobilised, and gouged with bullhooks and nails.
These horrific, ritualised training sessions often leave elephants severely injured and traumatised, and some dont survive. Riding elephants or visiting camps that force elephants to come into contact with humans directly supports this abuse.
Kim later hit back at the criticism, stating: We visited an elephant sanctuary that has rescued these elephants from Sumatra where they would have otherwise gone extinct.
It is an organisation that is working to save these beautiful animals. We did full research before going.
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