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Today the world officially has more access to Kim Kardashian West.
The 34-year-old fashion icon and expecting second-time mom has launched a well-stocked digital media hub, complete with a website and app featuring video and live streaming, and she's even included a monthly pregnancy diary that reveals her cravings (think: "sweet New Orleans specialty"), what the baby's doing and what pregnancy product she's currently obsessed with.
But Kim's not the only Kardashian/Jenner sister with her own media destination. Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner all have their own dedicated hubs as well, all of which have been produced by mom.me parent company Whalerock Industries. The hubs are tailored to each woman's personality, with Kourtney Kardashian's site and app coming soon.
The content will include a mix of free and subscriber-only offerings that are published daily and allow the Kardashian-Jenner clan to connect more directly with fans. Monthly subscriptions are $2.99, with a seven-day free trial.
"The cool thing about what the girls are doing is they're not stopping social media or anything they're currently doing, but now with these apps, they're giving their fans more free content plus exclusive premium content than they've ever given before," says Jen Garcia, executive editor of the Kardashian/Jenner sites and apps. "While they've opened up their lives, now they're really giving an inside look into each of their worlds."
While Kim's site (www.kimkardashianwest.com) and app will focus on beauty tutorials, fashion advice, personal diaries, cute pics of 2-year-old daughter North, as well as her conversational pregnancy diary, her sisters' sites and apps will each have a different spin.
Khloé's site (www.khloewithak.com) and apps will also include personal diaries, workout routines, live streaming video, shopping and a regular sex advice column.
Kendall, who has shot to fame as a high-fashion model, personalizes her site (www.kendallj.com) and app with fashion looks and advice ("Forget the rules. If you like it, wear it."), travel inspiration, favorite products and behind-the-scenes content, including videos showing her clearing out her fashion-filled closet.
Kylie, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner crew, will offer up her radio station, "Kylie Radio," exclusively on her app. Her site (www.thekyliejenner.com) reveals her fashion faves, what her digs look like and how to fix makeup malfunctions in a video feature with a "we get you" attitude.
The official apps are now available in the Apple app store and Google Play.