Kim Kardashian has been living the high life since her divorce. The SKIMS founder recently showed off her fabulous figure in a skintight nude one-piece swimsuit while taking a dip in the pool for a new jewelry campaign. However, this reminded her fans of the hilarious KUWTK moment.

The mother-of-four took to her Instagram to post a slideshow of photos of herself rocking a nude one-piece swimsuit while swimming in the pool. In the photos, Kim accessorized her look with all Tiffany & Co. Jewels for the campaign. The SKIMS founder complemented her outfit by working her hair into a sleek high-ponytail to show off three dazzling earrings from the luxury jewelry brand’s new collection as well as several rings.

Although the post was met with much praise, many fans couldn’t help but reference an iconic KUWTK moment in the comments. At that time, Kim famously lost a diamond earring worth $75,000 after jumping into the Tahitian ocean. As the star wept for her jewelry her sister Kourtney delivered the memorable line, “Kim, there’s people that are dying.”

“Don’t drop it in the water,” wrote one follower referencing the iconic moment. “I lost my diamond earring,” another commented jokingly. A third fan also chimed in by saying, “Don’t lose those earrings to Kim remember there are people who are dying.”


If there’s one thing for sure about Kim Kardashian, it is that she loves a good brand deal. Thankfully for Kim, she didn’t drop her beloved diamond earring this time. The superstar is unbothered and thriving.

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