KIM Kardashian will be celebrating her 40th birthday by "flying 30 friends and family members, including husband Kanye West, to a luxury private island."
Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Kardashian sister is willing to risk it all for her big 4-0.
Kim, whose birthday is tomorrow, has apparently rented a luxury private island in the Caribbean to celebrate her big day, Page Six revealed.
The KKW founder – who recently revealed she makes more money from one Instagram post than for the whole season of KUWTK – has refused to tell any of her guests where they'll be going before they're picked up in the morning next week to board a private plane.
A source told the outlet that her guests have been tested once for COVID-19 and will be tested again over the weekend to make sure everyone is healthy.
Some of those invited include Kanye, Khloe, Kourtney, Kylie, Kendall and Kris Jenner. The momager also has no idea where they're going.
Some of Kim's closets friends have also been invited, including Jonathan Cheban.
A source revealed: "All the guests know is when to be ready to be picked up for the flight, which will leave the Los Angeles area early next week.
"The destination is being kept strictly under wraps for privacy reasons, but that isn’t stopping everyone [from] speculating."
The source further revealed that guests are speculating they'll be going to Bora Bora, Richard Branson's Necker Island, Kamalame Cay in the Bahamas, or Turks & Caicos.
Kim's birthday celebration comes as she and Kanye have been trying to fix their marriage as he runs for President.
She recently snubbed her hubby as she begged fans to vote but failed to endorse him.
The reality star captioned a series of pictures of herself: "190 Million seriously I love u guys so much!!! I appreciate you all more than you know! Please VOTE! You have the power to change your future!"
Her call to action comes just days after her husband Kanye West shared his one-minute and 22-second presidential campaign video on Twitter – which was mocked as "unbelievably sad."
The footage, which has since received more than one and a half million views, shows Ye speaking in front of a black-and-white American flag and talking about "our nation's commitment to faith."
In October he was seen in London with eldest daughter North, who wore a "vote Kanye" tee.
The father-of-four – who previously revealed his support for President Trump – has also battled a public mental health breakdown, and has been subject to a 24-hour Twitter ban after a series of shocking posts.
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