Keeping up with the Kardashians star, Kendell Jenner, is having the time of her life while vacationing on the Greek island of Mykonos. As per the supermodels Instagram feed, the 23-year-old is enjoying the warm getaway with her friend Shanina Shaik – an Aussie model.

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Shaik and Jenner are both Victoria’s Secret models who met in 2015 and eventually became besties. The 28-year-old Aussie model recently split from her husband, DJ Ruckus, after only a year of marriage. Maybe the vacation is to take her mind off her problems and enjoy life to the fullest. Who knows?

Kendell Jenner was seen rocking a yellow bikini in the scorching sun, bathing in the sunlight and dancing with her friends. She finished her stunning look with a pair of dark oval sunglasses and a messy bun.

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Wanting to make the most of the weather, the 23-year-old later hopped on a boat and headed out for a dip in the ocean. She was seen jumping off the roof of the boat and enjoying the cold water in the scorching heat. From eating local cuisine to enjoying jet ski rides, the model managed to document everything on her Instagram, certainly making some people jealous.

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The 23-year-old also managed to pull off the famous bottle cap challenge – where you are supposed to unscrew a bottle cap by a roundhouse kick, quite stunningly. Jenner slayed the game by removing the bottle cap while on a jet ski. A slow-motion video posted on Instagram shows the star approaching the bottle and rather effortlessly kicking off the lid. The video went viral and now has over 7 million views.


However, the challenge resulted in some backlash from the environmentalists. Where many were admiring the stunning execution, many comments were directed towards the environmental damage this might have caused. An environmentalist said, “Did you pick the cap up out of the water after you filmed this or did you leave it for a turtle to choke on? #ILikeTurtles”. Another commented, “this is why animals (turtles) are dying”.

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