Kim Kardashian says sorry! After being called out by fashion house Armani for misspelling Giorgio Armani’s first name, the reality star apologized for her flub, claiming she’s ‘sleep deprived!’ See her tweet here.
Kim Kardashian, 34, owned up to her embarrassing mistake of spelling Giorgio Armani‘s first name “Georgio” on Twitter — and she played it off like a champ! The KUWTK star killed Armani with kindness while also blaming her spelling error on being sleep deprived, which comes with being pregnant again.
When Armani responded to Kim’s tweet saying they would happily send her her favorite foundation — while politely correcting her spelling of Giorigio — Kim responded, “Thank you so much and my apologies on the spelling error, this expecting Mommy is a tad sleep deprived ;-).” Aww, it’s good to know that Kim wasn’t embarrassed by her flub. Believe it or not, Kim is human too! She has a lot on her plate right now with full motherhood duties taking precedence, and clearly just didn’t have time to spell check.
Kim was called out by someone running Armani’s Twitter, after writing, “Why did Georgio Armani discontinue my favorite foundation???” They responded, “@KimKardashian Dear Kim – let us know which one you need and we’ll send it to you. And Mr. Armani’s first name is Giorgio.” At least everyone is happy in the end — Kim gets her foundation and Armani didn’t lose a customer!
Kim recently made a visual diary entry in a letter dedicated to her future self ten years from now, when her daughter North West will be 12-years-old. Kim sat down with Glamour to pen the adorable letter to her 44-year-old self about how to handle North in her defiant pre-teen years.
“Since North is now 12, I hope you remember that pre-teens are going through a lot,” Kim reads in the video. I know Junior High is really tough. So remember to have a lot of patience.” She also touches on what she wants for her other family members, too!
HollywoodLifers, what do YOU think? Do you think Kim should be embarrassed about misspelling Giorgio’s name? Let us know!
— Julianne Ishler