Kourtney Kardashian looked absolutely sensational in a tiny two-piece as she posed for a series of mirror selfies while vacationing with her beau Travis Barker in Mexico.
Just days after her drummer beau boarded his first flight since surviving a deadly plane crash in 2008, the 42-year-old reality star looked ready to hit the beach in her patterned swimsuit, which showcased her incredible curves on Tuesday afternoon.
As she flaunted her toned bikini body with her 138 million Instagram followers, the beauty oozed confidence as she stood proudly in a pair of black wedges.
Bikini body: Kourtney Kardashian looked absolutely sensational in a tiny, two-piece as she posed for a series of mirror selfies while vacationing with her beau Travis Barker in Mexico
In the images, she sported oversized black sunglasses, silver chain necklace and her dark tresses were styled in a high ponytail.
Later, she slipped into a chic, patterned cover-up as she stood outside the walk-in closet of her large hotel room.
Her post comes on the same day Barker, 45, flew again for the first time in 13 years after surviving a deadly plane crash that claimed the lives of four people.
Bombshell: Just days after her drummer beau boarded his first flight since surviving a deadly plane crash in 2008, the 42-year-old reality star looked ready to hit the beach in her patterned swimsuit
Taking to Instagram, Travis posted a photo of himself holding his girlfriend as they posed in front of Kylie Jenner’s jet after safely touching down.
‘With you anything is possible,’ Travis captioned the photo.
The couple appeared to be returning home as they prepared to share a kiss with Kourtney wrapping her legs around her man.
Stunning: As she flaunted her toned bikini body with her 138 million Instagram followers, the beauty oozed confidence as she stood proudly in a pair of black wedges
Reacting to the post on Instagram, Kourtney sweetly wrote in the comments section of the photo, ‘Anything and everything with you (heart emoji).’
A slew of other celebs showed their support for the couple in the comments section, with Khloe Kardashian chiming in, ‘Love conquers ALL.’
Kim Kardashian remarked, ‘THE CUTEST EVER.’
‘With you anything is possible’: Travis Barker recently credited Kardashian with helping him fly again almost 13 years after surviving a deadly plane crash that claimed the lives of four people
Travis hasn’t been able to set foot on an airplane following the deadly plane crash in 2008 in South Carolina in which he was one of only two survivors.
The plane crash happened on September 19, 2008 – Travis boarded a private jet in South Carolina to head back to Los Angeles following a show, while accompanied by his friend Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein, his security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still, and his assistant Chris Baker.
As the small plane was attempting to take off, one of its tires suffered a blow out, causing the craft to overshoot the runway, burst through the airport’s fence and over the nearby highway, and finally crash into the embankment on the side of the road.
‘Love conquers ALL’: Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian were among the celebs showing their support for the couple
The pilot, Sarah Lemmon, and the co-pilot, James Bland, were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane erupted into flames on impact, according to the Chicago Tribune. Still and Baker were also killed on impact.
Travis and Adam were able to escape from the burning plane via an emergency exit over the wing, but both were engulfed in flames as they slid down the wing and got covered in burning jet fuel.
The drummer had third-degree burns over 65 percent of his body and had to spend three months in the hospital while having skin grafts and 26 surgeries to repair the damage.
Tragedy: Travis hasn’t been able to set foot on an airplane following the deadly plane crash in 2008 in South Carolina in which he was one of only two survivors (the aftermath of the crash in 2008)
Travis reportedly ‘seemed a little bit nervous’ before commencing his first flight in over a decade.
A source told E! News: ‘Travis took his time and definitely seemed a little bit nervous. Kourtney was very supportive and helped him every step of the way. She made him feel comfortable on Kylie’s plane with pilots they know and the large size of the plane.’
And insiders revealed the drummer’s loved ones were ‘excited’ for him to conquer his fears.
Fiery crash: The pilot, Sarah Lemmon, and the co-pilot, James Bland, were killed within minutes from smoke inhalation and burns as the plane erupted into flames on impact in Columbia, South Carolina. Security guard Charles ‘Che’ Still and assistant Chris Baker were also killed on impact – seen in 2008
The source said: ‘This has been something that Travis has been working on for some time. It’s something he’s wanted to do and to overcome. Kourtney has been incredibly loving and supportive and it is through her love, help and confidence in him that he was able to finally do this. The people that have been close to Travis since his crash are so very excited for him.
‘His life has completely changed since he has been with Kourtney and he feels ready to do anything. She’s helped him overcome this fear and he feels like he can do anything with her by his side. He has been wanting to fly for a while and he felt like finally the time was right.’
Back in June, Travis shocked his fans when he tweeted that he might ride on an airplane in the future.
He tweeted, ‘I might fly again,’ and his fans quickly launched adoring tweets in support of him returning to the sky.
‘She’s helped him overcome this fear’: Kourtney was by Travis’ side as they jetted off to Cabo
Travis has recently been opening up about the trauma he experienced during his plane crash.
In a May interview with Men’s Health, he shared that the crash helped motivate him to stop abusing prescription drugs.
‘People are always like, “Did you go to rehab?” he recounted. ‘And I [say], “No, I was in a plane crash.” That was my rehab. Lose three of your friends and almost die? That was my wake-up call. If I wasn’t in a crash, I would have probably never quit.’
After the crash, Travis was overcome with a debilitating fear even at the sight of an airplane.
‘I was dark… I couldn’t walk down the street. If I saw a plane [in the sky], I was determined it was going to crash, and I just didn’t want to see it,’ he said, adding that he was ‘haunted’ by the experience of ‘being burned’ and ‘trying to grab my friends from a burning plane.’
But he also struck a more hopeful note now that nearly 13 years have passed since the crash.
‘Now it’s been so many years, it’s getting easier for me. There are days where I’ll wake up and never think about it,’ he said.