After ‘winning $60 million home’ in her divorce from Kanye West, Kim Kardashian flaunts her curves in a pink Balenciaga bodysuit.

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After ‘winning $60 million home’ in her divorce from Kanye West, Kim Kardashian flaunts her curves in a pink Balenciaga bodysuit.

After ‘earning $60 million in her divorce from Kanye West,’ Kim Kardashian flaunted her curves in a pink Balenciaga bodysuit.

Despite their friendly connection, the TV personality’s success came as the exes are STILL separated.

Kim, 40, looked stunning in a variety of pink catsuits, squeezing her famed curves into each one.

In the first photo, she wore a tight velvet dress with long sleeves to highlight her tiny waist.

The second dress was really brilliant, consisting of see-through lace with pink flowers embroidered on top.

The third outfit was a gaudy spandex piece with a large frilly cloak draped over her arms.

Kim “scores $60 million Los Angeles mansion” in her divorce from Kanye West, according to her sexy photographs.

Kim will receive the $60 million property, according to court records obtained by TMZ on Tuesday.

Since filing for divorce from Kanye West, 44, in February, the 40-year-old has been living in the house with the former couple’s four children.

Kim and Kanye reportedly negotiated a buyout price for the home, which they virtually created from the ground up together during their marriage, according to sources.

The couple paid $20 million for the Los Angeles property in 2014, but have spent millions on renovations.

Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, stated on Twitter in April 2018 that the house cost $60 million.

The fact that Kim will keep the house may come as a surprise to some, given that she oversaw the majority of the construction and design work.

Over the years, Kanye collaborated with renowned architects such as Axel Vervoordt to design his ideal home, and the couple paid a considerable quantity of money and even purchased the property next door to extend their home.

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