She is actively promoting her next documentary The Justice Project.
But between promotional messages and announcements for her SKIMS clothing line, Kim Kardashian, 39, made sure to post a few photos of her, her elders and her youngest children on Saturday.
The reality star shared an older photo of his six-year-old daughter North and revealed that during the family’s quarantine of coronaviruses, “one thing I do during this time is practice hairstyle on my daughters “.
Family: Between promotional messages and advertisements for her SKIMS clothing line, Kim Kardashian, 39, made sure to post a few photos of her, her elders and her youngest children on Saturday. Pictured: Northwest
In the picture, the eldest daughter of Kim and her husband Kanye West was holding a frog.
The caption added, “What we are doing tonight are flashes and a frog. There are so many in our garden at night!
“I will try to post photos if we spot them on my stories!” “
Also on the socialite Instagram stories, there were three breathtaking photos of her ten-month-old baby boy Psalms in a pit.
Aww: Also on Instagram socialite stories, there were three photos that melt the heart of her ten month old baby boy, Psalm in a ball pit
All my children: Kim seen here with children [L-R] Holy, Psalm, Chicago and North.
Having a bullet: Kim’s little boy seemed to sink deeper into the ball pit with every adorable photo
Meanwhile, Kim’s new documentary, The Justice Project, will premiere on Oxygen this Sunday.
And the reality star who became an aspiring lawyer worked hard to plug the film into her Instagram page the day before the big debut.
The television personality released an album in which she pondered her entry into a Zoom Georgetown class where the lecturers included recently released prisoners.
Busy: Kardashian pondered on Instagram to go to the D.C. Correctional Treatment Center “to discuss the Georgetown Prison Scholars Program with Dr. @marcmhoward”
“In July, I visited the Washington D.C. Correctional Treatment Center to discuss the fellowship program at Georgetown Prison with Dr. @marcmhoward,” shared Kim, whose documentary features Marc M. Howard.
“Recently, I spoke to Dr. Marc while he was teaching at Georgetown University. I saw some familiar faces recently released from prison, “she wrote.
“They have all spent more than two decades in prison and have also spoken to students while Dr. Marc teaches. Their names are Momolu Stewart, Halim Flowers and Roy Middleton. ‘
Guest star: 39-year-old TV personality released an album in which she pondered her entry into a Zoom Georgetown class where speakers included recently released prisoners
Kim added, “It makes me so happy to see them recently released from prison doing such great things. “
She concluded, “I can’t wait for you to watch my documentary to better understand the justice system and see what it is like for someone like these men to have a second chance at life after prison. Tune-in ‘to my 2-hour documentary #KKWTheJusticeProject this Sunday, April 5 at 7 / 6c on @oxygen.’
The first review of the documentary was a spiky response from Variety who called Kim’s effort “an unpleasant sight” as well as “garish and rude.”
Virtual meeting: She shared this when she appeared in the Zoom chat “I saw some familiar faces recently released from prison”
Wisdom from experience: “They have all spent more than two decades in prison and have also spoken to students while Dr. Marc teaches his course,” said Kim.
Free: “Their names are Momolu Stewart, Halim Flowers & Roy Middleton,” wrote Kim
Earlier this week, she told Gayle King in an interview with CBS, “Well, honestly, this is the most important job I have ever done. “
Kim’s work in this area first attracted attention with the case of Alice Marie Johnson, a grandmother who has spent more than two decades in prison on non-violent drug charges.
The reality TV diva visited the White House and appealed to President Donald Trump for the clemency of Alice.
Here it is: Kim’s documentary, which was described as “garish and rude” in his journal Variety, also features Georgetown professor Marc M. Howard.