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Jerusalem hosts Kardashian baptism

Published 13/04/2015

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby North has been baptised in Jerusalem
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby North has been baptised in Jerusalem

Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West visited a centuries-old Armenian church in Jerusalem today for the baptism of their daughter, North West.

The Kardashians fended off swooning fans as they entered the Saint James Cathedral in Jerusalem's Old City. Kardashian, appearing overwhelmed, clutched the tiny girl as she was escorted by West, her sister Khloe and hooded clergymen

"Stop," Kim Kardashian shouted to the crowd.

"Stop! It's not safe for the baby," her sister added.

Archbishop Aris Shirvanian, an Armenian church official, said the family had arrived for a baptism ceremony.

"Kim Kardashian's daughter will be baptised and become a Christian officially and a member of the Armenian church," the archbishop said, slightly perplexed by all the commotion.

"All I know is that she's a famous personality. I don't know her in person. In any case she is welcome with her family."

There were no details on the ceremony, and the family left the church without speaking to reporters.

The members of reality TV's first family arrived in a private jet at Israel's international airport today for what was described as a private two-day visit.

All were captured on camera disembarking from their plane and the images featured prominently on Israeli websites. They were quickly whisked away in a vehicle to a hotel in Jerusalem. Paparazzi did their best to keep up with their movements.

The celebrities arrived from a high-profile visit to Armenia, where the Kardashian family traces its roots.

They are expected to shoot some footage for their reality show in Jerusalem before moving on to Jordan.

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