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Secret message in Kylie Jenner’s racy bikini photos

Kylie Jenner has shared a series of racy bikini photos with a message today, asking her almost 200 million fans if they’re registered to vote. The makeup mogul and model shared two posts of herself posing in a strapless Dior bikini on Monday, asking in the second post, “But are you registered to vote? click…

Kylie Jenner has shared a series of racy bikini photos with a message today, asking her almost 200 million fans if they’re registered to vote.

The makeup mogul and model shared two posts of herself posing in a strapless Dior bikini on Monday, asking in the second post, “But are you registered to vote? click the link in my bio.. let’s make a plan to vote together.”

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The US Presidential election is on November 3 and US states have differing requirements for voter registration.

A link in Jenner’s Instagram bio directed her 196 million fans to vote.org – a US voter registration site that allows US citizens to check their voter status in “30 seconds”.

Jenner also posted a series of Instagram stories about voter registration on Monday.

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Jenner has been politically active in the past, posting about voter registration in June. At the time, she shared a daily voter checklist on social media.

The bikini post has been liked more than 4.7 million times and attracted more than 19,000 comments.

A number of Jenner’s famous friends and family members commented on her racy post, including sister Khloe Kardashian, who said, “I’m registered!!!”

Celebrity hair stylist Jen Atkin also commented, “YES KY” with three hand clapping emojis.

Singer La’Britney commented, joking: “Ain’t nobody thinking about voting with you in this bikini”.

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