Kim Kardashian West set to form her own book club
Kim Kardashian West is forming a book club.
The 36-year-old beauty has taken to Twitter to reveal she’s joined forces with Chrissy Teigen and celebrity stylist Jen Atkin to indulge her passion for reading.
Kim announced: "So guys….. @chrissyteigen & @jenatkinhair & I are starting a book club!
"I’m making them read "Embraced By The Light" as our first book! (sic)"
And when Chrissy was asked by one Twitter user what they can do to join the club, the 31-year-old model quipped: "I think you just get the book and read, my dude / dudette (sic)"
Later, Kim added: "Everyone’s invited!!!! (sic)"
The announcement comes shortly after Kim returned home to Los Angeles following a four-day vacation in Costa Rica with her family.
During the break, the brunette beauty was reported to have had a ferocious argument with Scott Disick, the on-off boyfriend of her elder sister Kourtney.
The 33-year-old reality star abruptly left the family holiday after Kim and Kris Jenner took issue with Scott for secretly flying another woman with him on their planned vacation.
A crew member working on ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ informed the pair about Scott’s behaviour and a heated argument ensued.
Kris and Kim thought his actions were disrespectful – but Scott subsequently fled to Miami, where he was recently seen being affectionate towards another woman.
The bust-up came amid rumours suggesting Scott is poised to reunite with Kourtney, with whom he shares Mason, seven, Penelope, four, and two-year-old son Reign.
But according to a source close to Kourtney, she is still happily single.
The insider explained: "Kourtney and Scott are not back together or even at the point of trying to make things work. Kourtney is happy being a parent right now and that is her number one interest right now.
"She’s not interested in being in a relationship with anyone. [Kourtney and Scott] have a wonderful relationship and are doing an amazing job at being good friends for their kids. There is nothing more to it than that right now."