Where to look? Kylie’s latest online snap fuels MORE boob job rumours

She's never really been too shy about flaunting her gorgeous figure. Yup, 18-year-old superstar Kylie Jenner is loud and proud on her various social media platforms – and today has certainly been no different.

Donning a teeny, tiny, low-cut white vest teamed with black Moschino knickers, the reality TV star posted a snap to her Instagram page that showed off PLENTY of cleavage. 

Although, Ms Jenner herself was more concerned with the broken talon on her middle finger (no one's looking at your fingers, Kylie!): following a strawberry emojii, she used the caption "broken nail" along with a sad face. 

Understandably, the image has now notched up more than a million likes from her fans. 

In September, Kylie addressed the ongoing speculation that she had gone under the knife in order to achieve a fuller figure. 

Under a website post entitled Kylie Comes Clean: They're Real, she shared a video which showed her demonstrating the before and after effects of good underwear.

"I don’t share this with a lot of people, but everyone thinks I’ve gotten breast augmentation recently, but I haven’t," she explained to the camera.

"I just use the Bombshell by Victoria’s Secret. It’s life-changing. I’ve gotten all my sisters on it and all my friends."

She added: "This is all padding. I think it makes your breasts look great and girlie. This is it. No breast implants. No surgery. Nothing. It’s amazing."

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