KIM Kardashian has revealed the family will be filming THEMSELVES during coronavirus self-isolation.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians season 18 finale will be shot by the sisters while in quarantine during lockdown.
The mega-star revealed the news while appearing on The Tonight Show: At Home Edition talking to Jimmy Fallon.
With no members of the crew to assist, the 39-year-old explained how she will be filming the episode entirely by herself – along with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe following suit.
The mum-of-four spoke to chat show host Jimmy about continuing the show during the pandemic.
“It will be all of us in quarantine,” she confirmed to the host.
The brunette added: “Filmed separately by ourselves. “So we all have tripods set up and our iPhones, and the last episode will be what we do in quarantine.”
The fashion mogul later revealed about how she and her family were getting on during quarantine as she video called into The View.
She admitted she is enjoying the time at home with her family. She said: “I actually love that time because we do travel so much in our regular world that this has been…
I think the family bonding part of it all, going on walks outside, we’ve watched every single movie you could possibly imagine..”
“I’ve been showing the kids all these 80s movies, like Harry and the Hendersons and stuff that they wouldn’t watch and it’s so much fun.”
But the housework tasks haven’t been quite as enjoyable as watching classic movies with the children. She said: “I love all the family bonding stuff. I mean I’ve been doing laundry and cooking and the kids just got on Spring break, thank God, being their teacher too.”
She added she had a new appreciation for key workers, saying: “My newfound respect for teachers, they deserve so much.”
Without the usual nannies, housekeepers or any hired help, she admitted: “It’s just been tough juggling it all and you really have to put yourself on the backburner and just focus on the kids.”
Meanwhile fans have slammed the star for “only donating $1million" to a coronavirus fund.
The reality star pledged to donate $1million from her SKIMS shapewear brand for a fund to help mothers and their children struggling during the coronavirus pandemic with fans calling it ‘disgusting trying to make a profit off the pandemic’.
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