In the photo – it falls on #throwbackthursday, the social media tradition of linking themed photos to one day of the week – can be seen starring with the 39-year-old reality star Sisters Courtney and Klose.
And three sisters Rocking sunglasses and bikinis. Courtney chose a pair of purple, white and blue, while Kim wore a number from Burberry, while Klose chose a green swimsuit.
“Trifecta 2006,” Kim titled the film, before telling fans to watch the Season 19 premiere “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”.
Earlier this month, Kim revealed that the reality show was coming to an end Via Instagram In a letter to the family’s “wonderful fans”. E-Spokesperson! At that point Fox confirmed the move to News. The The final season airs in 2021.
“It was with heavy hearts that we as a family made the difficult decision to continue to interact with the Kardashians,” Kim captioned the long note.
“We will always cherish the wonderful memories and countless people we met,” said KKW Beauty Mogul, creator of Skims.
The mother of four thanked the fans for being a dedicated audience.
“Without continuing to interact with the Kardashians, he wrote, ‘I will never be where I am today.’ I am incredibly grateful to everyone who has supported me and my family over the past 14 incredible years. This show has shaped who we are, shaping our lives and changing our lives forever. I will forever be indebted to everyone who had a share. “
Kardashian, who showed the photo of an original series poster in his entire youth, signed his note: “With love and gratitude.”
Widely popular series, this is E! Since its inception in 2007, Ryan Seacrest has produced and produced numerous viral moments, as well as triggering numerous spin-off series.
At the time, the owner had planted its production tree “Courtney & Close Tag Miami,” “Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event,” “Lord Disic: Lifestyles of a Lord,” “Courtney and Kim Take New York,” “Close & Lamar,” “Take Courtney and Close Hamptons,” “Dash Dolls,” “Rob & China,” “About Bruce,” “I’m Guide,” and “Kylie’s Life.”
Julius Young of Fox News contributed to this report