The racy new snaps feature the SKIMS founder lounged out on a bed while wearing a pink pajama suit from the shapewear brand while eating a bowl of cereal.
"Selfies 🤳🏼and cereal 🥣 kinda night" she wrote in the caption, while her fans blew up the comments over how the reality star appeared to have a certain glow about her following the termination of her marital status just one day prior.
"Something about how freedom looks on you," one fan wrote in the comments, while another said, "You look happy and that's a beautiful thing."
Hours before posting her sexy bedroom snaps, the brunette bombshell appeared at the grand opening of Revolve's Social Club in Los Angeles on Thursday, where she told a reporter that she is "doing so great," following her latest court victory.
"Kim looked stunning and was so sweet to everyone," a source dished to E! News. "Kim was smiling the entire time. She appeared relaxed and happy to be there."
As OK! reported, Kardashian's pleas for the court to declare he legally single were granted on Wednesday, March 2, after a judge officially terminated their marital status and changed back her last name to not include West.
Kardashian has been pushing for her request to be granted for months, and she recently filed more docs to insist that it would "help Kanye to accept that our marital relationship is over and to move forward." The Grammy-winner has been seemingly going off the handle amid Kardashian's new romance with Pete Davidson, who West has indirectly threatened on more than one occasion.
While Kardashian reportedly called in via video call for Wednesday's court hearing, the Yeezy designer didn't make an appearance as their single status was restored.
His lawyer, however, mentioned that West had 3 conditions, the first being that the right to get reimbursement of money that is supposed to be divided up will be preserved in case either of them dies, which the judge granted.
The Yeezus rapper's other two conditions — that Kardashian would not transfer any assets she had in trust and that she would waive her marital privilege if she remarries — were both denied by the judge.