Kendall Jenner shows off her taut tummy in a white crop top while dining with friends in Malibu before driving everyone in her classic Cadillac
She’s stayed active and spent plenty of time with friends and family in recent weeks despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
And Kendall Jenner was out again on Sunday as she enjoyed an early supper with her friends Fai Khadra, Justine Skye and others at the exclusive SoHo House club in Malibu.
The 24-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star highlighted her svelte figure in a brilliant white ensemble as she exited the restaurant with her pals.
The 5ft10in beauty had her dark tresses tied back in a bun, and she wore a beige mask to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus as she left.
Joining the model for her early evening meal was her Doberman Pinscher Pyro, whom she pulled along on a leash.
Kendall’s platonic friend Fai Khadra stepped out behind the reality star in a plain white t-shirt and black shorts, though he covered up in a navy blue Hawaiian shirt as he stepped out into the sun.
Her friend Zack Bia had on a white striped shirt with yellow shorts and black loafers.
She was also joined by another male pal, along with her songstress friend Justine Skye, who had on a white tank top and wore her raven locks in cornrows.
Though the SoHo House is a members only club with locations across the world, the club features a public restaurant where non-members can dine.
Though many restaurants throughout California had begun reopening for indoor dining in recent months, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an order in July that again closed indoor dining throughout the state, though outdoor dining and takeout orders are still permitted.
After they finished their meal, all five friends piled into Kendall’s gorgeous lavender 1960 Cadillac Eldorado convertible.
Though her younger sister Kylie is better known as a car aficionado thanks to her massive collection of luxury vehicles, Kendall has shown more interest in classic cars.
Everyone wore masks while dining, but they appeared to remove them as soon as they were on the road, despite Newsom’s order requiring Californians to wear masks in public when social distancing is impossible.