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September 13, 2012  | by: Martha Adjei

We’re used to seeing Kris Jenner in blazers, flowy blouses, and maybe your occasional shorter skirt, but apparently, it’s not because she’s out-of-shape. This month, The mother-of-six was on the cover of Australian magazine New Idea, in a red bikini with a black cover up draped over her hips. The message seems to be, ‘If Kris can get in a bikini after having 6 kids and managing a family business, so can you!”

PerezHilton reminds readers that Kris openly admits to having a little help here and there (i.e boob job and botox), but even so, the reaction still seems to be positive– after all, she’s “56 years old” and “a momager of 6″, says PerezHilton. Kris looks relaxed in the photo, with hand over her hip with her usual chic black hair and glossy wedding band. The red really looks great against her dark hair and olive skin. Yes, it is a “shiny” photo, and maybe the magazine went a little overboard with the air brushing, but I have to agree with the masses– it’s a great photo, and very impressive for her age.

I’m glad to see older women on the cover of magazines. If Kris has the confidence to be on the cover of a magazine wearing a bathing suit,  I think us younger gals can have a little more confidence in our own skin as well. Kris may not have a model ratio, but this PR mogul and famous-family matriarch sure knows how to light up a magazine cover!

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