The Kardashians taking over Armenia has been all the rave this past week.
The reality TV family flew over to the Eurasian country to embrace their father’s roots and culture. In the wake of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Kim K. & Khloe spent their Friday paying respects to those lost during that devastating time.
While out and about the two sisters looked fabulous as always, Kim wearing a stunning red jumpsuit and Khloe draped in blue.
Later on that evening, Kim & hubby Kanye West took a little stroll during a romantic date night. We wonder what was so funny?
Meanwhile, Kourtney explained why she didn’t join her two sisters on their Armenian journey. She said in a photo caption:
I wish I was in Armenia with my sisters on #siblingsday! I didn’t end up going to Armenia because it was making me too anxious with three young children. I do wish that I could have experienced the trip with my sisters but I do know that we will all go to Armenia together someday.
Khloe might be single and enjoying her life but she’s not officially divorced and needs to take action soon, before the case is dismissed. TMZ reports:
A document was just filed by the court in Khloe’s divorce, saying she has not gotten off the dime and unless she files paperwork to seal the deal in the divorce case or the whole case will be thrown out.
Khloe filed in December 2013 and Lamar never responded. She had a right to go to court and get a default divorce judgment, but she hasn’t done it. In fact, sources connected to the Kardashian family tell us she just doesn’t want to deal with the divorce and won’t take any action.
We’re totally here for the Kardashian takeover. Stay tuned for more from Armenia.
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