Kim Kardashian spends a beach day out with her children sans son Psalm

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has left her fans once again by showing off a tiny bikini during a family beach day with none other than her kids themselves. However, the recent post also left a few fans wondering about one of her children, here’s why. As for the Hulu star, she happily showed off her tiny frame with three of her four children splashing in the ocean with her in one of the latest social media posts.

The cute snap

In the latest snap shared by The Kardashians star, the fans could easily spot North, Saint, and Chicago. She also added a caption along with the post that reads “fulfilled.” However, most of the fans were left with a burning question regarding the absence of one of Kim’s kids, Psalm. It resulted in comments quickly filling up her Instagram feed from fans who noticed Psalm’s absence from the beach day out.

Meanwhile, check out the post below.


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Earlier news

According to the latest reports, Kim Kardashian won a lawsuit against her and a few other celebrities over their earlier endorsement of the cryptocurrency platform named EthereumMax (EMAX). The same was reported on Tuesday after a judge went on to dismiss the case because of insufficient allegations.

In January 2022, the plaintiffs alleged they suffered damages after celebrity endorsements of EMAX by the likes of Kim Kardashian, along with retired boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Paul Pierce who is a National Basketball Association Hall of Famer.

The dismissal


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Judge Michael Fitzgerald from the US District Court for the Central District of California, released an official document of the proceeding that reads, “The court acknowledges that this action raises legitimate concerns over celebrities’ ability to readily persuade millions of undiscerning followers to buy snake oil with unprecedented ease and reach.” The document further reads, “While the law certainly places limits on those advertisers, it also expects investors to act reasonably before basing their bets on the zeitgeist of the moment.”