Lionel Messi hails Kim Kardashian’s football-loving son Saint West as they watch Paris Saint-Germain clash after Arsenal defeat and chat with Bukayo Saka
Kim Kardashian’s football tour continues, with the reality TV star watching Paris Saint-Germain v Rennes.
Arsenal opened their doors to the global superstar on Thursday night to allow him and his son Saint West to watch the Gunners exit the Europa League.
Saint West is apparently an Arsenal fan having been spotted wearing a Gunners third kit on his birthday in January.
It was a memorable trip for him, despite the heartbreaking defeat, as he had a FaceTime chat with Arsenal star Bukayo Saka, as well as a photo with former Tottenham man Dele Alli.
The incredible memories continued for Saint West in Paris as Kardashian posted a video to his Instagram story which appeared to show PSG superstar Lionel Messi waving to his son and friends during warm-up.
PSG seem to have a special place in the hearts of Kardashian, who was once spotted wearing one of her old kits.
Kardashian donned a jersey worn by the French giants in 2002, when Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho was at the club last year.
The Ligue 1 leaders face Rennes as they look to maintain their commanding lead at the top of the table.
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PSG, who won the title last season, are ten points clear of second-placed Lens.
But talk of a Kardashian curse could soon be on the horizon with the French giants trailing 1-0 at half-time.