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Kim Kardashian Has So Much Milk in Her Fridge

Kim Kardashian just gave her fans a tour of her numerous fridges, pantries, and kitchen in her home!

If you missed it, fans became very confused earlier this week when Kim get a very quick peek at the inside of her fridge. Just Jared actually wrote an article about it, and Kim saw it! Mostly, fans were wondering why Kim K.‘s fridge was mostly empty except for multiple cartons of milk.

Kim reposted the Just Jared article to her Instagram Story, and decided to do a full tour of her kitchen areas to show fans just how much food there actually is.

“So it did look like an empty refrigerator that I took the photo in front of, I have to admit,” Kim said in one part of the tour, before showing the big fridge they have in a separate part of the kitchen. “But this is our big main refrigerator, guys. I also have another pantry. Because this is the kitchen that we cook in.”

This isn’t the first time Kim gave a glimpse of her house and fans became confused. She previously had to explain the mind boggling design of her bathroom sinks!


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