Kendall Jenner flashes nipple to celebrate 20th birthday

KENDALL Jenner flashed her nipple to mark her 20th birthday and to honour reaching 40 million followers on Instagram.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star celebrated the two milestones by treating her fans to a very revealing snap shot of her bosom escaping from her black spaghetti top.

Uploading the raunchy image onto her social networking sites, the model wrote: "My favorite photo for all 40 mill of you. genuine happiness... (sic)."

my favorite photo for all 40 mill of you. genuine happiness...taken by lil Ky @490tx

A photo posted by Kendall Jenner (@kendalljenner) on

With her chocolate locks cascading down her back, the stunner oozed confidence as she giggled away while the risqué image was taken by her pal Moises Arias, 21.

It's certainly been a special and extravagant birthday for the brunette beauty - who turned 20 on November 3 - as she splashed out $100,000 on a classic 1957 Corvette Stingray car as a birthday gift to herself.

Alex Manos, owner of the Beverly Hills Car Club, described the highly-coveted vehicle as a "great example" of its era, noting it was in good condition and hasn't been customised.

He said previously: "This particular model 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible comes in a Cascade Green with beige coves and white shoreline beige interior and Beige soft top."

He added: "It's a 4-speed car and should come with the spare tire, jack, jack tools and trunk mat. The tires are the original white walls. This is a great example of the first generation Corvette."

Kendall celebrated her milestone at the Nice Guy Club in West Hollywood, with her mother Kris Jenner and half-sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West among those in attendance.

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