Kim Kardashian sends Ariel Winter and Emily Ratajowski flowers after they defend her revealing selfies

Suzie Bakos

Kim Kardashian has shown her gratitude to Ariel Winter and Emily Ratajowski since the pair both defended her revealing selfies earlier this month. The reality TV star was at the centre of negative comments after sharing a nude photo but Ariel and Emily were quick to show their support, which didn't go unnoticed.

The social media queen shared a censored throwback photo, captioning it: "When you're like I have nothing to wear LOL," leading to several negative comments from the showbiz world.

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Kim received criticism over her nude selfies

However, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star had full support from a couple of celebrity names and amongst them was Modern Family's Ariel Winter. The 18-year-old actress took to social media to share her thoughts on the controversial issue.

"Do what makes you happy. Do what makes you feel strong. If it doesn't harm others, there's nothing wrong with it," she tweeted alongside a photo that read: "Modesty empowers some. Different things empower different women and it is not your place to tell her which one it is."

Once reading the kind tweet from the teen star, Kim sent a beautiful bouquet of white roses and tulips, complete with a touching note. "I wanted you to know I saw your tweets last week and I really appreciate your support. Women supporting other women is so powerful," she wrote in the card.

"Women supporting other women is so powerful."-Mrs. West ❤️ps. I gotchu @kimkardashian always xo

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Kim sent Ariel flowers

As well as Ariel, model Emily Ratajkowski showed her support to the mother-of-two in an equally revealing photo. The beauty stripped down to take her own nude bathroom selfie, leading Kim to send her a similar bouquet.

"Thank you for the beautiful flowers and note @kimkardashian," the runway model captioned a photo of the floral arrangement on Instagram. "It's so important that we let women express their sexuality and share their bodies however they choose."