Kardashians descend on the Holy Land

Kim, Kanye, Khloé and North arrive in Israel by private plane; change hotel plans due to press leak

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

Kanye West, baby North West land in Israel on April 13, 2015 (screen capture: Channel 2)
Kanye West, baby North West land in Israel on April 13, 2015 (screen capture: Channel 2)

The Kimye has landed.

Reality star Kim Kardashian, her husband, singer Kanye West; daughter, North West (get it?); and sister Khloe Kardashian, arrived Monday in Tel Aviv for their long-planned visit.

The family flew to Israel from Armenia, the Kardashians’ ancestral homeland, where the sisters toured and filmed episodes for their hugely popular show, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”

According to NME music blog, West’s gig at Swan Lake in Yerevan, Armenia, was stopped by police when the rapper jumped off the stage into a shallow part of the water.

The rapper had made it through six songs before the gig was cut short, reported NME.

Neither Kardashian nor West have updated fans about their current whereabouts via Twitter or Instagram, as they’re often wont to do.

According to reports, the family was planning on staying at Jerusalem’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel, within walking distance of the Old City and Western Wall.

However, when their plans were leaked to the press, they made arrangements to stay elsewhere in the holy city.

While sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe are jointly purchasing property at 96 Hayarkon in Tel Aviv, as reported by The Times of Israel in January, it’s unclear whether they’ll be signing off on the deal during this quick, two-day visit.

After visiting Israel, the trio plus baby plan to head to Jordan, according to Ynet.

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