Counting her blessings. Kim Kardashian expressed how grateful she was able to hire private firemen to save her home from California's forestry fires.
"I feel we've been really happy to help the firemen we have done. Our house is right at the end of a large park, so the whole park is burned and so if our house has gone, then every other house will go," Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 38, said on Wednesday, November 21, episode of The Ellen General Spectacles. Kardashian shares the home with a husband Kanye West and the three children of the couple: North, 5, Saint, 2, and Chicago, 10 months.
She added: "We were pretty lucky and blessed enough, and I know that not everyone has this luxury available to them, but we could get private fighters – a company that you can hire my friends who have lost their home in San Barbarian fire, all of their neighbors used this company. "
The reality star wrote an host Ellen DeGeneres that she not only worried about her own residence when she brought out of help. "They saved our home and saved our neighborhood. I just had to make sure that they checked each house at the edge, so not only my home, which I said," Only take care of our home. Take care of everything, for once It's going to go, when our beginning starts, the whole neighborhood can go, "she explained. "I do not take this away, and that was such a blessing that we could do that." Some criticized the Egoism author for the movement of social media, while others praised her for the pastoralization of her neighborhood.
Kardashian – who also announced West, Yeezy and Adidas donated $ 200,000 to California Fire Foundation and $ 200,000 to the California Commonwealth Fund Wildfire Relief Fund – gave rise to the update. "We're still not in our home now because the smoke smell is too intense, and we have these machines everywhere trying to blow the smoke," she noticed.
The KKW Beautiful Founder, Khloé Kardashian, The Miley Cyrus, The Liam Hemsworth and Gerard Butler It was among the celebrities affected by fireworks. According to ABC News, 84 people died and more than 245,000 acres were burned.
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