Keeping Up With The Kardashians filmed in quarantine during coronavirus lockdown

The 18th season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians will be filmed in quarantine as the famous family are forced to self-isolate during the coronavirus lockdown.

As crew members are sent home, Kim Kardashian explained how she will be joining her sisters in filming the episode entirely by themselves.

We’re expecting a lot of pouting and cameras being held just above head level.

Appearing on The Tonight Show: At Home Edition, the mum-of-four spoke about the show’s future as the pandemic continues to soar.

‘It will be all of us in quarantine,’ she confirmed to host Jimmy Fallon, before adding: ‘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 39-year-old later video called into The View, where she opened up on how she was coping in quarantine.

And it turns out she’s having a blast, as the fashion mogul 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.’ 

However, with an emptier schedule and the need for social distancing, Kim has revealed she finds it tough to juggle all the tasks around the house that she is now having to do for herself. 

‘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 stated.

 ‘My newfound respect for teachers, they deserve so much. It’s just been tough juggling it all and you really have to put yourself on the backburner and just focus on the kids.’

Viewers, as expected, found it hard to sympathise.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians continues on Hayu in the UK. 

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