Celebrity Dining: Kourtney Kardashian’s ‘overwhelmed with thankfulness’ as she shares throwback snaps from trip to Armenia
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She took a family trip to Armenia last month and went back to her roots for the baptism of their children.
In one photo, she posed with her children Mason, nine, Penelope, seven, and Reign, four, who were all dressed in black as they sat on steps of an ancient building.
With her brood: Kourtney Kardashian posted a throwback snap from her visit to Armenia last month, captioned: ‘Overwhelmed with thankfulness, words can not express’
She and Penelope both added elaborate local necklaces to their outfits.
The 40-year-old celebrity captioned it: ‘Overwhelmed with thankfulness, words can not express.’
Kourtney shares her children with her ex, Scott Disick, 36.
The second shot showed Mason, Penelope and Reign sitting outside the building with their cousins, Kim’s children, North, six, Saint, three, and one-year-old Chicago.
Kiddie cuddle: The reality celebrity, 40, also shared this snap of her and sister Kim’s children from left, North, six, Chicago, one, Saint, three, Penelope, seven, Reign, four, and Mason, nine
Mothers and daughters: Kim, North, Penelope and Kourtney in Armenia
Missing from the snap was Kim’s youngest, six-months-old Psalm.
She shares all of the youngsters with her husband, rapper and entrepreneur Kanye West, 42.
The Kardashians are proud of their Armenian heritage, which flows down their late father, Robert Kardashians’ side of the family.
His family emigrated to the United States from an area that now lies in Turkey in the early 1900s.
Baptism begins: Kim held six-months-old Psalm as the priest stroked the baby’s head while Saint and North looked on
The celebrity lawyer died in 2003 just eight weeks after being diagnosed with oesophageal cancer.
He passed on his pride in his heritage to his family, who have been vocal about their Armenian roots.
During the trip, Kim and Kourtney had dinner with the President of Armenia, Armen Sarkissian, and his wife, Nouneh Sarkissian, at the Presidential palace.
They also laid flowers at the Memorial Complex in Yerevan to pay tribute to the victims of the still disputed 1915 genocide in which 1.5m Armenians lost their lives.
Dining in high places: During the trip, Kim and Kourtney had dinner with the President of Armenia, Armen Sarkissian, and his wife, Nouneh Sarkissian, at the Presidential palace