Footage showing Kim Kardashian arriving at Victoria Beckham’s Spring/Summer 2024 show in Paris is currently a hot topic online.
Why, you ask? Well, that’d be because fans are convinced Anna Wintour snubbed the 42-year-old reality star.
A video filmed at the A-list heavy runway show shows Kim arriving in a spectacular pink dress and sitting next to 73-year-old Vogue icon Anna, who doesn’t appear to acknowledge Kim.
Although it’s been confirmed the pair sat next to each other for the entirety of Victoria’s show, plenty of social media users have commented on Anna’s body language.
Beneath a clip that shows Kim arriving and exchanging words with David Beckham before sitting down, one person wrote: ‘Anna’s body language.’
Another tweeted: ‘Anna do not like this woman,’ while someone else echoed, ‘Anna doesn’t like her.’
‘I don’t give a f**k what anyone thinks about me. I have a happy life and the happiness comes when I get the f**k away from you guys. Specifically you.’
Kim then delivered the brutal blow by revealing Kourtney’s family and closest friends are in a group chat called ‘Not Kourtney’ so they’re able to talk about her behind her back.
The Skims boss also claimed Kourtney’s children, Mason, 13, Penelope, 11, and Reign, eight, have expressed their concerns about their mother.
‘Your kids have even come to me with problems that they have, and they’re concerned,’ she said.
Kourtney became tearful and responded: ‘Is that helpful? You’re, like, adding it into a fight to have a side. It’s you and my friends and my kids and everyone against me.
‘It’s like you’re just a f****** witch and I hate you.’
Kim appeared expressionless and coolly replied: ‘K.’
Many viewers defended Kourtney, who is currently pregnant with her first child with husband Travis and called out Kim for dragging her sister’s young children into their feud.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Anna’s reps for comment.
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