Kim Kardashian made staff do these things when she visited Pete Davidson in Australia, allegedly

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Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
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We get it, Kim Kardashian is arguably the most famous woman in the world, so when it comes to privacy, she has to set some boundaries that would never even cross our minds.

And recently, on a trip to Australia to visit her beau Pete Davidson who's currently filming a movie there, the SKIMS founder apparently went *all* out to make sure they could enjoy their time together in peace. But with a face as recognisable as Kim's, keeping the paparazzi away is like an Olympic sport, and the alleged rules she set for her staff were next level extra. Like next, next level.

The Daily Mail recently reported that Kim's security team worked "around the clock" to make sure her visit was kept under wraps because she "didn't want anyone knowing she was in Australia." A source close to the reality star said: "This is the one percent of time that she doesn't want to have to worry about getting glammed up and just wants to switch off," referencing her not wanting to be photographed while she was there.

"She's just here to spend time with Pete and has no plans on leaving the hotel," they continued. "It's a very low-key trip and she doesn't want to be bothered. Kim is happy to say 'hi' to you if you bump into her, but she definitely doesn't want to get her photograph taken on this trip."

And that's completely understandable. We couldn't imagine what it would be like to not even be able to go to the shops to grab some tea bags and milk. Kris and Kylie Jenner made this apparent in a recent ep of The Kardashians when they controversially headed to a grocery store to do "normal things," after the momager admitted she hadn't done her own shopping in years.

But when you're that famous, it comes with the territory. In Australia, Kim apparently made her staff sign NDAs and were told not to photograph her or ask for selfies and autographs. And when the couple left the hotel (which allegedly they rarely did), Kim used decoy cars to apparently confuse people into now knowing where she was.

We have reached out to a rep for Kim for comment.

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