Kourtney Kardashian showed off her amazing figure as she posted holiday snaps to social media.
Earlier this week the 42-year-old reality TV star embarked on a trip to Mexico with beau Travis Barker – who flew for the first time since surviving a deadly plane crash in 2008.
They were joined on their luxury Cabo retreat by mum Kris Jenner and her partner Corey Gamble.
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And the eldest Kardashian sibling wasted no time in showcasing the trip to her 138 million Instagram followers on Tuesday.
She shared a selection of snaps on the social media site, including a seductive shot of her wearing a multicoloured bikini.
Posing for the camera while on a comfy-looking deck chair, the star looked radiant with as she also donned a silver chain and cross around her neck and showed off her new shorter hair do.
She also had sunglasses perched on top of her head ready to shade her eyes from the bright Mexican rays.
In another pic she pouted while facing away from a glorious-looking golden sand beach.
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And in her final image she shared her refreshing salt-infused margarita.
She captioned the post: ” hola, ¿cómo estás?”
It seemed like it was a jovial atmosphere all round as she also posted a video of her mum jigging to a local Mariachi band to her Instagram Stories.
Earlier in the day Blink-182 drummer Travis, 45, had praised the Poosh founder for helping him fly again following the crash that killed four people and left him with severe burns 13 years ago.
Sharing an image of the pair embraced in front of the private jet they travelled in, Travis wrote: “With you anything is possible.”
Kourtney commented on the post: ” Anything and everything with you,” while her sister Kim labelled it “the cutest ever”.
In September 2008, the musician was one of only two people to survive a horror crash after the small plane he was travelling in attempted to take off when a tyre suffered a blowout which caused the craft to overshoot the runway before crashing through a fence.
Travis’ security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still, his assistant Chris Baker, the plane’s pilot Sarah Lemmon and co-pilot James Bland were killed in the incident.
Travis and Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein were the only survivors and escaped the wreckage via an emergency exit over the wing.
The musician spent the following three months in hospital and required 26 surgeries. Goldstein died less than a year later from a drug overdose.
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