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Kim Kardashian Says Meeting Family Members Was ‘Nice But Scary’

Kim Kardashian, who enjoys a massive fan following on social media, had taken to her Instagram handle to share her quarantine-breaking experience.

Just like we are now permitted to meet a limited number of friends at a distance here in Britain, California authorities are now relaxing limits on lockdowns; allowing for small gatherings.

Celebrities took advantage of this, so it’s great timing for new-single Scott Disick, who celebrated his birthday alongside Kardashians.

Kim Kardashian West posted a few highlights from the event on Saturday, telling fans that she had a “small group” of relatives for the occasion together.

“We celebrated Scott’s bday a few weeks ago with just family and it was really my first time being around a group of people (small group),” Kim wrote.

“It was kind of nice but kind of scary too,”  she added, before asking fans, “How is everyone feeling about being out and about?”

The KKW beauty mogul, 39, featured a selfie with Disick, 37 in the carousel post, as well as photos with her two sisters, Khloé [Kardashian] and Kourtney [Kardashian], and their mom Kris Jenner.

In April, a source told an entertainment portal that the famous family spent some time apart from each other amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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“Everyone is still staying at home,”  the source said. “The sisters and Kris took a few weeks total break from each other. Now, they practice social distancing, but Kim has had Kris over at the house a few times.”

Meanwhile, in recent months, Disick has kept a fairly low profile following reports of his short rehab stay in late April, followed by a split from girlfriend Sofia Richie.

Also Read: Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Spends Day Out With Kourtney And Kids

With more than 2.1 million positive cases of Coronavirus, the US remains a COVID-19 hotbed, surpassing the national tallies of the worst-hit countries such as Brazil, Russia, and India combined. The New York State remains the worst affected region in the US with more than 3.83,000 cases, followed by New Jersey and California, which reported almost 1,66,000 cases and 1,48,000 cases respectively.

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