Kim Kardashian cancels her Israeli visit

Kardashian was meant to arrive in Israel to promote the new eye-wear collection by Carolina Lemke.

March 16, 2019 14:40
Kim Kardashian cancels her Israeli visit

Kim Kardashian . (photo credit: SOCIAL MEDIA)


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Celebrity Kim Kardashian will not be coming to Israel on Tuesday as planned, Maariv reported on Saturday. 
The world-famous star of the E! show Keeping Up with the Karashians, and wife of rapper Kanye West, was meant to meet her Israeli fans on Wednesday as part of the promotional efforts for a new eye-wear collection by Carolina Lemke. 
Photos of Kardashian and her co-launcher super-model Bar Refaeli were released last week and the collection is already available for online shoppers. 
The reason for the cancellation was not given. 


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