The youngest Keeping Up With The Kardashians star knows how to rake in the likes on social media.
Kylie Jenner, who has over 76 million followers on Instagram, woke up all of her fans on Saturday with a sexy selfie of herself posing in her panties.
The 19-year-old showed off her hourglass figure in nothing but a pair of black knickers and a distressed sweater which she raised up to expose her flesh from the waist down.
Kylie appeared to take the sexy selfie from the master bathroom of her $6 million mansion in Hidden Hills.
She held her iPhone in one hand covering part of her bare face as she snapped the image of herself standing in front of the large mirror near her marble sink.
The pink-haired beauty still looked sleepy-eyed, noticeably wearing significantly less make-up than usual, as she tilted her head and captured the perfect shot.
The suggestive social media post, which received two million likes, only had one word for the caption: ‘Morning.’
The famous teen left little to the imagination as she lifted up her sweatshirt to show off her tiny waistline and flat tummy along with her bare hips and tiny black undies.
This comes about a week after her older sister, Kim Kardashian, was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last Sunday.
Meanwhile, Kylie continued to update fans on her whereabouts and weekend plans as she took to Snapchat showing herself hanging out with friends and her boyfriend, Tyga.
Kylie showed off some pastel colored cupcakes and played around with the filters as she goofed off with her pals and on-again beau.
The rapper has son King Cairo, who turns four later this month, from his previous relationship with Blac Chyna.
Chyna, 28, is now engaged to Kylie’s brother Rob Kardashian and the pair are expecting a baby together.
Kylie is yet to publicly comment on Kim’s ordeal, but she came under fire on Tuesday for sharing a photo in which she could be seen showing off her derriere.
She and sister Kendall have since cancelled an appearance to promote their latest book Time Of The Twins ‘due to recent events and ongoing security issues’, according to Page Six.