KIM Kardashian has shared a screenshot of her family’s group chat after an earthquake left them “shaking” in fear.
The reality stars were woken up in the middle of the night when a magnitude 4.2 quake hit Los Angeles, California.
The Kardashians were woken up ‘shaking’ when a 4.2 magnitude earthquake hit Los Angeles in the early hours of Wednesday morning[/caption]
Kim posted a screenshot of the family’s group chat[/caption]
Kim, 42, posted to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday morning to share a screenshot from the family’s group chat.
Kendall Jenner, 27, began the conversation at 2.02 a.m. almost immediately after the earthquake hit off the coast of Malibu.
“Everyone ok?” she asked. “Earthquake.”
“Woke me up,” replied Kim.
Mom Kris Jenner, 66, chimed in: “I’m good.”
Kim asked: “You all ok?”
Kris revealed it also woke her up and that she was “shaking,”
“All good over here. Me too,” Kim replied.
“I f**king hate those things,” wrote model Kendall.
“Was it strong Kenny?” Kris asked her.
The Skims boss wrote over the screenshot: “Family group chats at 2am when you all get woken up by an earthquake,” and added a heart emoji.
Kim and Kris both live in Calabasas, which is around 30 miles from the epicenter of the quake.
Meanwhile, Kendall lives in Beverly Hills, around 38 miles away, so she would have had a slightly different experience from the tremors.
Kim leaked in the screenshot that her family’s chat is named “OG”s Positive People” on her iPhone.
Many living in Los Angeles and surrounding cities were woken up when the 4.2 magnitude earthquake and multiple aftershocks struck 11 miles from the coast of Malibu around 2am local time.
The trembler set Los Angeles Fire Department into earthquake mode involving a rapid infrastructure survey of all major “areas of concern”, LAFD said.
There have been no reports of damage or injuries.
Kris Jenner was left ‘shaking’ by the quake[/caption]
Kim’s $60million mansion is near Kris and sisters Khloe, Kylie and Kourtney’s homes[/caption]
Kendall Jenner meanwhile is in Beverly Hills, slightly further away from the epicenter[/caption]