Oct 12, 2012 10:45 AM EDT
Photographers caught Kourtney Kardashian pulling a Marilyn Monroe on Thursday.
In a scene similar to Monroe's famous performance in "The Seven Year Itch," Kardashian's skirt was blown up by the wind to reveal her underwear underneath, and the paparazzi was on hand to capture it on film.
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Kourtney was standing on a balcony far above the photographers and she spent time with sister Khloe Kardashian for a photo shoot. She wore a white and navy blue blouse with a striking canary yellow circle skirt. The sisters began dancing together, and when Khloe twirled Kourtney around, the wind caught the skirt and blew it right up, exposing her white underwear for the world to see.
Kourtney's skirt showed off her post-baby body, which looks nearly back to normal after she gave birth to her second child, daughter Penelope Scotland Disick, on July 8 of this year.
Kardashian talked with Us Weekly right after Penelope's birth about how much weight she gained during her pregnancy and starting the battle to get rid of it all.
"I gained nearly 45 pounds," she said. "I'm 5 feet tall, so that's a lot. ... While I'm here around the house, I just eat healthy."
Kardashian's miniature wardrobe malfunction on Thursday occurred in Miami, where she is currently living with her other sister, Kim Kardashian, as they shoot the new season of their E! reality series "Kim and Kourtney Take Miami." Kourtney's longtime boyfriend Scott Disick and her first child, two-year-old Mason, are also on hand to be a part of the show.
Kim and Kourtney were spotted in mid-September shopping around Miami for the perfect home to stay in during their shoot, and it seemed the sisters were going for luxury. The sisters were considering a 5,000-square-foot, $5.8 million mansion that offered lots of amenities. CLICK HERE to get details about the home where "Kim and Kourtney Take Miami" will be filmed.
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