Keeping up with yourself? Kim Kardashian spotted reading her own Google Alerts
She is often seen furiously checking her mobile phone, and now it may have become clear why.
Kim Kardashian was seen reading a Google Alert about herself on her Blackberry when she ran errands in Los Angeles earlier this week.
The system notifies users when a particular name crops up in the news, so that the person in question can keep up with the world is saying about them.
Checking herself out: Kim was seen finding out what the world has been saying about her
As Kim clutched her phone a message clearly reading 'RE: Google Alert - Kim Kardashian' was legible on her screen.
Kim was seen stepping out in a pair of over-the-knee heels as she went around Los Angeles running errands.
Read it and weep: The note on the stars phone clearly read 'RE: Google Alert - Kim Kardashian'
Informed: The service notifies users every time a particular name crops up in the news
Kim finished off her look with a pair of aviators and had her dark hair pulled back into a pony tail.
It was a busy day for Kim as she headed to the Peninsula hotel before going on to a meeting.
Never out of sight: Kim is frequently seen furiously checking messages on her phone
On Monday Kim made her debut as a TV presenter appearing on Live with Kelly Rippen.
The reality star experienced mixed reviews on her performance with some critics branding her ‘vacant’ while others claimed she was ‘honest’.
Back to being best friends: Kim was seen with her sisters Khloe and Kourtney at a Dallas basketball game on Wednesday night
Best seats in the house: Kim and her family were seated in the owners box for the game
She added: 'I really didn't think following my heart would create this much backlash.'
Caped crusaders: The Kardashian family all arrive to a dinner at Nobu in Dallas as they visit Khloe who recently moved to the city
However the star claims she didn’t make as much money as the $18million reported.
The millionaire recently donated $50,000 she raised during a September fundraiser to The Trevor Project, an organization that provides suicide prevention services to LGBT teens.