The newlywed celebrity has posted several sexy new photos from her honeymoon with Kanye West.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians reality superstar, 33, put her fab figure on display when she and the new hubby took a trip down to Casa Aramara resort in Punta Mita.
Meanwhile, Kanye West spent four days editing his wedding photo.
The 37-year-old rapper admits he and his wife wasted almost half of their honeymoon trying to perfect the first official photograph of their nuptials after top photographer Annie Leibovitz pulled out of shooting their big day at the last minute.
Speaking at the Cannes Lions film Festival in France on Tuesday, he said: "She [Kim] was exhausted because we worked on the photo so much - because Annie Leibovitz pulled out of the wedding, because I think she was scared of the idea of celebrity."
However, the Bound 2 hitmaker still wanted the adorable snap, which sees the newlyweds kissing at the altar in front of a stunning wall of roses, to look like Annie's work.
He explained: "Because Annie pulled out, I was like, 'Okay, I still want my wedding photos to look like Annie Leibovitz'' and we sat there and worked on that photo for, like, four days because the flowers were off-color."
Despite spending a large amount of time perfecting their official photo, which was released on Kim's Instagram account, Kanye believes it was well worth the wait.
He said: "The fact the number one most-liked photo [on Instagram] has a kind of aesthetic was a win for what the mission is, which is raising the palette."
The couple, who have 12-month-old daughter North together, tied the knot in Florence, Italy, on May 25 in front of their family and friends.
Kanye also claims people don't "understand" his "interracial relationship" with Kim..
The rapper insists he can cope with the "lashes" he receives in his personal life as he believes much of the criticism stems from ignorance.
He said: "I don't write self-help books or anything like that...You have to be able to take the lashes when people don't understand. Two years of people not understanding an interracial relationship, two years of people not understanding the idea of the art world meets the pop world, you have to take the lash and be able to swim in the backlash."
He went on to compare himself with elite boxers Floyd Mayweather and Mohammed Ali in the way he continues to be "bashed" but still strives to be the top of his game.
He said: "A lot of times I think I get a bad rap for saying "I can do this, I can do this. It's like we are the creative with teeth, we have the gut feeling that we know that the idea is more important than our personal well-being. So a lot of times I will say things that are not for my personal well-being which I think for people to create for their personal well-being is a selfish thing to do and you're creating to make your life better rather than everyone else's life better.
"I get bashed so much but create so much, just know that if you want to be a boxer you're going to get your face beaten constantly but then you may end up being a Mayweather or an Ali at the end of the day."