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Kim Kardashian leaves 'hefty tip' after racking up $575 bill at Italian restaurant

Updated on: 22 July,2022 07:38 AM IST  |  Washington
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The reality star left a hefty tip during her recent trip to Australia

Kim Kardashian leaves 'hefty tip' after racking up $575 bill at Italian restaurant

Kim Kardashian


Kim Kardashian reportedly visited an Italian restaurant during her trip to Australia to see her boyfriend Pete Davidson. The waiter, who purportedly served her has shared a picture of the bill, which showed that the reality TV star left a “hefty tip”. Sharing a picture of himself alongside the bill receipt online, the waiter wrote, “Took Kim K’s order at work today. Thanks for the hefty tip @KimKardashian (sic).” 


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While he added that appeared to be a breakdown of the bill which came to $575, he didn’t reveal exactly how much of a tip was left, but just maintained that it was “hefty”. The reality star is believed to have been visiting Davidson in Port Douglas, where he has been working, about an hour’s drive from Cairns. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is said to have boarded a private jet back to the US shortly after her dinner in Cairns. “It’s a short visit, but Kim is really excited to go. They have both been so busy with work commitments, so they are looking forward to time together,” said a source.


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