Kim Kardashian smoulders in string bikini after saying she’s ready to be happy’

Kim Kardashian sent temperatures soaring as she posed in a tiny bikini after saying she’s “ready to be happy” amid going through a divorce with Kanye West.

The star took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a series of gorgeous pictures wearing a cropped green shirt that she left unbuttoned to show a hint of cleavage in a cream bikini top.

She matched the top with a pair of minuscule string bikini bottoms that served to emphasise her incredible curves and sun-kissed glow.

The reality star finished the look with a pair of oversized mirrored sunglasses and left her long locks to fall naturally around her shoulders.

In the first snap, she posed up against a balcony in front of a wall of palm trees, while in the second she ran her hand through her tresses and pouted for the camera.

She captioned the post: “Don’t Trip” alongside a string of beach-themed emojis.

Fans quickly jumped at the opportunity to heap praise on the star and flocked to the comments section.

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One fan said: “Absolutely gorgeous.”

Another quipped: “If I tripped, I’d fall for you.”

“Kimberly said she is outside, we love to see it,” wrote a third.

The sensational snaps come after the star was seen in a tearful preview clip for the next episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

In the clip, Kim said she was “ready to be happy again” after a difficult year that saw the breakdown of her marriage to Kanye.

She is seen sobbing to her mum Kris Jenner and sister Kendall, saying: "I feel like a loser, you know?"

In another scene, Kris says to her: "I just want you to be happy and joyful."

"Yeah, and I'm ready too," replies Kim.

Kim announced her decision to file for divorce from Kanye in February, after six years of marriage.

The couple shares four children together, North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, one, and are reportedly both seeking joint custody.

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