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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shares Topless Vacation Photos with Husband Kroy — and Her Daughter Reacts!

When Kim Zolciak-Biermann goes on vacation, sometimes that includes going on a vacation from clothes – or bikini tops at least.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 39, shared photos from her trip with husband Kroy on Instagram Monday, wearing just a pair of animal print bikini bottoms. “Day 1 of our getaway I would go to the end of this earth for you my love, my best friend, my strength, my heart, and my world,” Zolciak-Biermann captioned her two photos.

Though the mother of six received several comments, one specific reaction had fans and followers in hysterics. “Where is ur top?” Zolciak-Biermann’s second eldest child, 16-year-old daughter Ariana wrote in the comments section.

“@arianabiermann it’s on you can’t see it?” the Don’t Be Tardy star responded.

RELATED: Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shares Makeup-Free — and Wig-Free — Selfie: “I Feel Beautiful’

While Zolciak-Biermann enjoys traveling with Kroy and her family, it appears she prefers not to the same with her Bravo costars.

On the latest RHOA episode, most all the Housewives hopped on a flight to Barcelona for season 10’s big girls trip.

Zolciak-Biermann told the ladies that she wasn’t going to travel to Spain without her husband due to the mini-stroke she had in September 2015, which led to her hospitalization and, eventually, heart surgery after doctors discovered an existing genetic condition that required treatment.

RELATED: Ariana Biermann, 16, Celebrates 4 Months of Dating Her ‘Love’ — and Mom Kim Zolciak Approves!

“Less than two years ago, I had a stroke coming from L.A. which is a four-hour flight. Going to Barcelona, which is a 10-hour flight, does make me nervous,” she said. “I know that my husband would make sure I’m okay. He knows why signs to look for…  It makes me very uneasy.”

Adding, “I don’t know why it’s an issue to bring Kroy. He’s my husband. I don’t understand what the problem is.”

Meanwhile, Zolciak-Biermann’s topless picture comes a couple days after she shared a makeup and wig-free selfie. “I feel beautiful with no makeup and no wig and I feel beautiful with makeup and a wig,” she wrote in the photo’s caption. “I love being a woman, dressing up, and I also love running around in my La Perla pajamas bottoms (that are old as s— — I wear them every day) and my bathrobe.”

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

Agent reacts to Alexis Sanchez's suspended sentence for tax fraud

Alexis Sanchez’s agent Fernando Felicevich has insisted that his client has committed no crime after the 29-year-old accepted a 16-month suspended jail sentence for tax fraud.

The Chile international faced going to trial for unpaid taxes amounting to around £886,000 from a series of image rights deals in 2012 and 2013.

He has accepted a 16-month suspended jail sentence in exchange for avoiding a wearisome trial and will most likely have to hand over a large wad of money as well.

And Felicevich, speaking soon after the verdict was reached by the court, insisted that Sanchez had only accepted the “unfair pact” in order to avoid a time-consuming trial.

“In these circumstances, and despite having shown that Alexis has not committed any crime, we have been forced, on the recommendation of our advisers, to accept the unfair pact offered and thus alleviate the emotional, personal and economic wear and tear that endures long and tedious oral trials, where the media are used to publicly expose and judge facts of private nature,” he said.

Sanchez is by no means the first footballer who, during his time in Spain, fell into a spot of bother over taxes. Luka Modric, for example, had to pay 1m euro to settle an image rights tax case of his own last year, while Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have also faced similar tax charges, prompting the latter to express a desire to leave Spain over the summer.

Even Jose Mourinho had to visit court in Spain this season over financial matters but later insisted that he wasn’t there for any particular wrongdoing.

The tax system in Spain appears to be quite porous to say the least, especially for those in the highest band, and you can only wonder whether the players themselves even know that they’re doing anything wrong.