KIM Kardashian shared she's 'stranded' while posing in a sexy bikini on a beautiful island.
The sexy snap comes just about a week before her and Kanye West's wedding anniversary.
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Kim shared a sexy snap of her wading in the beautiful ocean.
She wore a high-cut, white bikini bottom with a red, cropped, short-sleeve zipper-up top.
The mom-of-four captioned the snap: "Stranded."
A source recently told ET that Kim "is back to feeling like herself again" following the split.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is reportedly "in a great headspace and moving on" to the next chapter of her life.
The source said: "Kim is really focused on her family at this time.
"Kim has been with the kids [the] majority of the time. The kids and her enjoy doing outdoor activities together and they all spend a ton of time with their cousins. Kim loves keeping them busy, creative, and on the go."
The insider added: "Kim is continuing to be a great mom and focusing on work. She has a ton of upcoming projects that she is super excited about. Her life is definitely on the upswing."
After six years of marriage, Kim filed for divorce from Kanye West, 43, back in February.
The pair are reportedly co-parenting amicably, despite Kanye spending the majority of his time on his Wyoming compound.
The celebrity couple will also split their $2billion fortune evenly.
On a recent Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim, 40, had mom Kris Jenner over as she searched for a new house of her own.
“I have never known you to not be in construction in this house since you bought it,” Kris, 65, said.
“I know. It’s the money pit,” Kim responded with an annoyed tone and eye roll.
The former couple share four children: North, seven, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.
Since the filing for divorce, Kim has been linked to a number of men after they officially separated, including CNN reporter Van Jones.
The KUWTK star and Van have known each other for years and worked together on criminal justice reform, helping to free Alice Johnson from jail in 2018.
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