Hello Mrs West – Kim wears very tight outfit to support Kanye at gig
SHE’S only recently married, however Kim Kardashian shows no signs of adopting a more conservative wardrobe.
The couple jetted into Tennessee where Kanye was performing at the Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival.
However no one was looking at Kanye – Kim’s revealing outfit stole the show.
She posted a snap to her Instagram account, saying: “Oh hey 100,000 people! #Bonnaroo.”
Meanwhile Kim is apparently feeling "flat" now her wedding is over.
The reality TV star said "I do" to her rapper husband Kanye West during an elaborate ceremony in Florence, Italy, last month. There was a huge build-up to their big day and now that it's come and gone, the 33-year-old is said to be feeling downhearted.
Kim and Kanye's daughter North turns one on June 15 and the curvaceous brunette is apparently focusing on that to get her through the low.
"Kim spent months arranging her wedding but now it's all over, and she's left feeling pretty flat," a source explained to British magazine Star.
"Instead, she's trying to keep busy planning North's first birthday."
It hasn't helped that Kanye has been keeping super busy. The musician has been taking to the stage, performing at the X Games in Austin earlier this month.
"Kanye has been away but she's already discussed the theme and guest list [for North's birthday party] with him and, of course, what presents to buy for baby Nori.
"She wants to make it really special - a party to remember!"
One thing that could keep Kim busy is more children. Despite admitting she didn't enjoy being pregnant, the star says she would like to expand her brood considerably.
“But North was worth it, she changes all the time. One day she'll look like Kanye, the next like me. She is very calm and quiet. I want about six children," she previously smiled to British newspaper The Mirror.
Also helping to boost Kim's mood is the second honeymoon she and Kanye have embarked on, with the pair said to be enjoying the sun in Mexico following their short break in Ireland after the nuptials.