US reality TV stars Scott Disick and Kylie Jenner in Tel Aviv

Thank 'the Lord': 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' clan seems to be keeping up with Israel visits.

Scott Disick and Kylie Jenner‏ (photo credit: REUTERS)
Scott Disick and Kylie Jenner‏
(photo credit: REUTERS)
After a long talked about visit to Israel, American reality TV star Scott "the Lord" Disick arrived in Israel on Tuesday night for a short visit.
Disick, a Jewish "businessman" from New York, often spoke of wanting to visit the Holy Land during his stint on the popular show 'Keeping up with the Kardashians.'
The 33-year-old confirmed his presence in the 'Nonstop City' on Wednesday afternoon by posting a picture to Instagram with the in which he is seen eating the favorite local dish shakshuka alongside 'Tel Aviv, Israel' labeled as his location.


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Known for his rambunctious antics and turbulent relationship with the eldest Kardashian sister, Kourtney, with whom he has three children, Disick seemed to be more business-oriented on his trip to Israel where he was reportedly staying as a guest of the billionaire Nakash family real-estate tycoons.
In addition, sources told The Jerusalem Post that the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie Jenner, was also in Tel Aviv at the Norman Hotel.
The 18-year-old has recently catapulted to celebrity status in her own right by launching a cosmetics line and taking social media by storm with racy photographs of her 'rich-and-famous' lifestyle and friends.
Disick and Jenner have allegedly remained friends although his on-and-off again relationship with Kourtney fizzled.
While Jenner's social media has not yet indicated her presence in Israel, she did post a picture to her more than 67 million-followers on Instagram earlier on Wednesday that showed her apparently biding farewell to her rumored boyfriend, rapper Tyga, at a European airport.

bye bye ✈️

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The alleged visit comes nearly a year after Jenner's half-sister Kim Kardashian and her rapper husband Kanye West caused a pop-culture frenzy with a whirlwind trip to Israel to baptize their daughter, North West.