When news broke that Calabasas was evacuated as one of the cities in the path of California’s Woolsey fire, Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans immediately worried that the celebrity family and their homes were in danger. The Kardashian and Jenner sisters have been updating their millions of followers on Instagram and Twitter throughout the day, as the fire has continued to grow and the situation has escalated.
While it is too soon to know just how much damage has and will be done by the fires, which are currently not contained, here is what we know right now about the Kardashian-Jenners and their million-dollar homes:
Kim Kardashian West
Last night, Kardashian West posted video to her Instagram story, as she watched the fires from the safety of a private plane. Shortly after, she updated fans with another post that she had landed at her Hidden Hills home with “1 hour to pack & evacuate.” Earlier today, Kim tweeted “I heard the flames have hit our property at our home in Hidden Hills but now are more contained and have stopped at the moment.” She went on to pray that the winds would stay in their favor – the winds are largely attributed to the rapid spread of the fire.
Earlier today her husband, Kanye West, also used Twitter to reach out to concerned fans to thank them for their prayers and assure them that his family was together and safe.
Kim’s most recent post to Instagram is a photo of her with Khloe’s daughter True, seemingly taken today. She told her 120million followers that she’s snuggling with her niece to try “to get [her] mind off of this fire.” She also reiterated her husband’s earlier message, saying “We are all safe and that’s all that matters.”
Kim and Kanye have been building their $20million home since 2014, and the many renovations to get it perfect have been the topic of conversation on the reality show. According to In Touch Weekly, their family was living in a temporary Bel-Air home until earlier this year, when the Hidden Hills mansion was ready as “the comfortable oasis that they wanted to spend the rest of their lives in.”
The new mom has been the most active of her family on social media, since news of the fire first broke. Earlier today it was assumed, based on Khloe’s tweets about the fires, that she was staying at her home with her brother Rob and baby daughter True.
While she stayed active on the social media platform, seeking evacuation notifications and offering prayers, a few hours ago she revealed that she left her Calabasas home with “the clothes on [her] back.” That’s not to say she didn’t bring anything with her to safety – she says she “packed Trues entire bedroom and closet into my car.”
Kourtney, also used her Instagram story to let followers know she was evacuating with her family. Along with a photo of her packed trunk, she wrote “I pray that everyone is kept safe and protected from these fires. No Calabasas tonight.”
Kourtney has been raising her three children in Calabasas, close to her mom and sisters. She updated her Instagram story with an aerial view of her neighborhood, taken from a “breaking news” story she was watching on TV. With it, she said “this is so devastating and crazy my home is on this street.”
Most recently, Kourtney followed up with her fans, showing them photos she took of the fire and letting them know that “the fire was coming up the hill towards my house and just stopped on its own.” The photos she took this morning show improvement in her area, and she says she is “hoping that the day continues like this and that the fire gets contained.”
According to Kylie’s Instagram story, she is currently in Baltimore with her daughter Stormi, for her boyfriend Travis Scott’s AstroWorld tour. She did, however, comment about the fires back home, thanking the firemen fighting them before revealing “fire is so close to my home. hoping everyone is staying safe. I’m hoping for the best.”
Jenner, new mom and the youngest self-made billionaire at 21-years-old, bought her first home in Calabasas back in 2015; the following year, LA Times reports that she purchased three houses in Hidden Hills. Though she has since sold the Calabasas home and at least one of the Hidden Hills mansions, she is currently living in Hidden Hills with her boyfriend, their daughter, and her dogs.
Three days ago, Kylie posted a video to Instagram of the inside of her home, covered in red roses.
Insider wrote a guide to Jenner’s real estate ventures, which you can read here.
Kris Jenner, who has raised her family in Calabasas, has not commented on the status of her home, but she did take to Twitter on Saturday to acknowledge that she and her family had to evacuate. She also shared photos of the firefighters and servicemen working to contain the fires, thanking “all of the incredibly brave firefighters, servicemen, first responders, volunteers and all of those who are working tirelessly to protect our lives and our homes.”
At the time that news of the fires first broke, she was in New York City, watching her daughter Kendall walk in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
In 2017, Curbed Los Angeles reported that the Jenner matriarch purchased a mansion in Hidden Hills across the street from Kim and Kanye. If what Kim heard is true and the fire had reached her property, it is likely that Jenner’s house is also at risk of destruction.
It was reported earlier today by TMZ that Caitlyn Jenner’s Malibu home was among those destroyed by the Woolsey Fire. Since that report, Jenner and her girlfriend, Sophia Hutchins, posted a video assuring fans that they and their dogs are “out of the fire zone” at a safe house. In the video, Jenner says “Don’t know if the house made it or not, it’s still up in the air.” Hutchins contributes “We’re having a vodka. It’s been a hell of a morning. But we’re safe, that’s all that matters.”
According to the LA Times, Jenner bought the “3,500-square-foot Malibu mansion in an off-market deal for $3.575 million” in 2015, “before her gender change in September.”
The supermodel sister was in New York City on Thursday night taping the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Late Friday night, from her flight back home, she posted an Instagram story video of a bird’s-eye view of the smoke. With the video, she wrote “my home praying for everyone and everything.”
Though she purchased and lived in a Hidden Hills home in 2016, she sold the property in 2017 and moved to Beverly Hills; her current home is not at risk as of now.
Rob has not commented on the fires, but Khloe confirmed in those earlier tweets that they were together. He sold his Calabasas home in 2017.