Pregnant Kim Kardashian flew into Miami on Sunday and announced plans to head off on a promotional tour to the Ivory Coast.
Kim Kardashian, 32, wore oversized glasses and went make-up free as she arrived at the airport.
Her oversized pink shirt skimmed what appeared to be the start of a baby bump, with Kim teaming it with a white blazer, loose brown pants and nude heels.
Earlier on Saturday, Kim Kardashian tweeted that she was enjoying a bit of sweets, something which her celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson may not approve of.
“Apple pie caramel apple from the Rockie Mountain Chocolate Factory. Oldie but gooooooodie!!!!” she wrote.
The slip in healthy eating as a big departure for Kim Kardashian, who hired Tracy Anderson based on her latest workout venture, the Pregnancy Project, and her expertise with helping women stay on track.
Instead of celebrating the holiday of Armenian Christmas with her family, Kim Kardashian has been visiting friends in the beach city, including Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen.
Next on the travel agenda for Kim Kardashian is a trip to the volatile Ivory Coast city of Abidjan for a series of paid events.
“I will be in Abidjan on Jan 19 for two special events. Get your #malife card now!” the she posted on Sunday.
She has been tweeting quite a bit about the trip in the past week, especially regarding the news that 61 people were killed in a stampede in the streets after a New Year’s fireworks celebration.
Kim Kardashian wrote: “Reading about the terrible tragedy in Abidjan. So sad! I’m heading there in a few weeks… my prayers are with you all! #drameplateau.”
The expectant mother should also be careful of a travel advisory issued by the U.S. government, which warns visitors to the Ivory Coast of the dangers of high crime in the area.
According to the advisory, which was posted on the Department of State’s website in November, cautions that “crimes, such as muggings, robbery, burglary, and carjacking, pose risks for foreign visitors in Abidjan and around the country”.
“You should take precautions when stopped in heavy traffic or at road blocks due to the threat of assault and/or robbery, and avoid travel outside Abidjan after dark to minimize risk,” the advisory continues.