Kim then introduces her school friends she hasn't seen since she left school and, as her mates in the background giggled, Kim says, "I feel so good about my conscience".
She cut to a spread of several yearbooks from her high-school years-Kardashian, now 37, graduated from the all-girls Catholic school Marymount High School in 1998.
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"So my friends are anxious that we're gonna run into people that they were mean to".
A representative for the mother of three told Page Six on Tuesday that the "image in question with the white mark is actually filtered through an app that adds in imperfections to the image".
And while she definitely spent some time catching up with friends, you'd imagine that they didn't have to many knowledge gaps when it came to Kim, given that her entire life has been documented on a reality television show.
Thankfully for us, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star made a decision to document the whole thing on social media.
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On Friday evening, Kardashian surprised and delighted high school classmates by showing up at her 20-year high school reunion in a fully furnished party bus.
She looked absolutely stunning in a white tie-up blouse mini dress as she arrived at Toscana in Brentwood.
She begins by sharing that she rented a party bus for her and her Marymount alumni friends.
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