Kourtney Kardashian shared a stunning series of pictures of herself rocking a midriff-baring ensemble, that showcased her very toned abs, on Friday.
The reality TV superstar, 42, looked incredible in a black cut-out corset and $265 mini skirt from Mother Of All, which she wore to a PrettyLittleThing and Galore Magazine bash at The Mondiran H๏τel earlier this week.
In the unseen snaps, she can be seen striking a number of different poses at home in a corner by a set of extra long white curtains.
Her dark brown tresses were styled in a half-up, half-down hairstyle and she rocked a glamorous makeup look, which included a ɴuᴅᴇ matte lipstick.
‘Who is she,’ Kardashian cheekily captioned the picture, which seemed to be in reference to a recent comment left on one of her sister Khloe’s Instagram selfies.
Her boyfriend Travis Barker immediately commented: ‘My vampire’ with a flirty black heart emoji.
Just hours earlier, Barker shocked his fans by tweeting that he might fly on an airplane again, more than a decade after he last set foot on one.
The 45-year-old Blink-182 drummer was last on a plane during a ᴅᴇᴀᴅly 2008 accident, in which the private jet he was aboard crashed shortly after takeoff, killing four and leaving him as one of only two survivors.
His renewed confidence comes amid his burgeoning relationship with Kourtney, who regularly flies across the world in private jets.
Travis tweeted, ‘I might fly again,’ and his fans quickly launched adoring tweets in support of him returning to the sky.
‘Wow bro! Strong move, but I never doubted your strength!’ tweeted a supportive fan.
Another person replied that they were impressed ‘that he could use his bus for long’ and that ‘he’s almost ready to leave the bus behind!’
One user admitted to sharing Travis’ traumatizing experience with her children.
‘This is an amazing step for someone with your past,’ she wrote.
One user had shared in the experience of being in a plane crash, though they were eventually able to get back in the air.
‘It took me years to fly again,’ they admitted. ‘I fly all the time now, but every once and awhile the fear creeps back in. Breathing helps.