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Khloé overwhelmed by Armenian welcome

Published 08/04/2015

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian is “incredibly eager” to explore her family’s homeland.

The reality star arrived in the country, which her family originates from, with her older sister Kim and her husband Kanye West. The group was completed by the couple’s daughter, 22-month-old North West. After making their way through Zvartnots International Airport on Wednesday night, Khloé, 30, was quick to take to Instagram to share photographs of their arrival and subsequent joy of being in the country.

“The love and welcoming to Armenia has been overwhelmingly beautiful!!! I wholeheartedly, can't believe all of you Angels who are outside our hotel with flowers and smiles,(sic)” she wrote alongside a snap of a huge crowd of people. The family’s long journey from Los Angeles and late arrival time meant Khloé was feeling pretty tired. However, the star hoped to get some rest and be fresh to take in the sights the following day.

“Im incredibly eager to get some sleep and see Armenia in the day light! I hope I'm able to sleep. I'm so excited to be here!(sic)” she added.

The family members were thought to be visiting the country to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. But Kim’s rep denied any connection and stated that the 34-year-old simply wanted to get in touch with her Armenian roots, which comes from her father Robert Kardashian being of Armenian-American descent.

However their holiday isn’t just for pleasure, as it’s believed that E! cameras are capturing all the activities for their TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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