By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Aug 16, 2012 12:20 PM EDT
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Kim Kardashian unveiled two new bikini pictures to her 15 million-plus followers on Twitter and Instagram from Hawaii.
The reality star tweeted the new bikini pictures hours after her lawyers appeared in divorce court on her behalf on Wednesday Aug. 15.
"Me Ke Aloha," she wrote on her picture on Instagram. "
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Kardashian released a second picture of her posed sideways with the caption "Aloha" ('Hello.")
The two-piece bikini, a white floral print halter top and boy short-style bottoms, was less demure and glamorous than the bikini photo she tweeted on Sunday Aug.12.
The 31-year-old had tweeted a picture of herself in a black bathing suit. The image of her running in the sand toward the ocean went viral online because it is the most revealing photo of her backside she has shared with her fans.
While she was in Hawaii enjoying her vacation with West, her attorney helped set her next court hearing for November 28, 2012.
Sources told TMZ after Wednesday's court proceedings that Kim is "emotionally exhausted" from dealing with Kris Humphries.
The source claims that Kim said, "Kris is the first person I ever had to break-up with and that f**ked with my emotions. He told our producers he would destroy my career and me if the show wasn't edited right."
She also stated that she was not in a rush to divorce Humphries to marry her boyfriend, rapper Kanye West.
Kim's attorney Laura Wasser told TMZ on her way out of court, "We're just moving forward. My client just wants to be divorced."
Wasser told the judge that Humphries' lawyer served a subpoena to her mother Kris Jenner and tried to sneak one to Kanye West by having it delivered in a Nordstrom box to the rapper's attention at Kim's house.
She also shared that while Humphries feels the 72-day marriage was a fraud, he would like to film the divorce proceedings for a new reality tv show.
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