Broome is buzzing with news that two stars of the wildly successful Keeping up with the Kardashians television show have jetted into town, reportedly for a top secret fashion shoot.
"Momager" Kris Jenner, and daughter Kendall, who will celebrate her 17th birthday in Broome today, arrived on a private jet and were whisked off to the Cable Beach Club and Resort.
They have since left the resort for a photo shoot in Broome's surrounds.
Both girls are models and TV celebrities, best known for appearing on the show with their older half-sisters, the mega famous trio of Kourtney, Kim and Khloé Kardashian, and older half-brother Rob Kardashian.
The Jenners gathered at Gantheaume Point last night for a welcome to country from Yawuru Aboriginal traditional owners and music from Bart Pigram, accompanied by Sylvia Clarke, of the original Bran Nue Dae stage show.
The women, who mingled with Kimberley Girl participants, reportedly enjoyed the show before they headed off to dinner.
They have been given the morning off today to enjoy the sights of Broome but are said to have a busy schedule planned for the rest of their stay.
They are said to be travelling with a huge ensemble of documentary filmmakers, international celebrity hairdressers, photographers and publicists.
After arriving in Sydney this week, Kendall revealed on Twitter that she had landed a prestigious cover shoot for Miss Vogue Australia.
The budding actress and model was also spotted at a book launch for Nomad Two Worlds - a cross-cultural project exploring indigenous culture, spearheaded by top fashion photographer Russell James - whom she posed for this week.
The family will reportedly also be visiting indigenous communities around Broome to help promote the book.