Kylie Jenner posts sun-kissed pictures with a ‘Political caption’

Reality star Kylie Jenner posted her sensuous sunkissed picture in bikini but added a political caption. Read out this article to know more

The American media personality, socialite, model, and business woman Kylie Kristen Jenner set fire on Instagram with her latest sun-kissed pictures. She is looking stunning in a floral Dior bikini in those pictures. In the first picture, she is seen sitting on a chair in her Hidden Hills mansion, Los Angeles, enjoying the warmth. She captioned this picture as, “7th day of fall”. But in the second picture, she wanted to tell us something more. Kylie captioned that picture, which was oozing with sensuality as, “But are you registered to vote? Click the link in my bio.. let’s make a plan to vote together”.

Kylie not only added a link to Vote.Org to her profile, but also posted a number of Instagram stories with more information on voting. “We must all make our voices heard this November,” she wrote in one of her story. “Now more than ever we need change. We have the power to make a difference. But we need to VOTE. Just a few minutes out of our lives, to register, fill out the ballot, to drop it mailbox…that’s all it takes.” says another story.

In this way, the 23 years old reality star tactfully reminded her fans about the 2020 presidential election and emphasized on the importance of voting. It’s really interesting to note that Kylie never states her political opinions publicly. Though her parents are hard-core Republicans she never spoke on their support. Kylie’s older half-sister Kim Kardashian has been more politically active on social media. Once she said had revealed that “All the kids are Democrats.” So it can be guessed that Kylie is a democratic party supporter, but she never revealed that publicly.

Have a look at her pictures:-

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7th day of fall 👙

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