Kourtney Kardashian has made a desperate plea for fans to stop using plastic while giving a tour of her environmentally-friendly – and foodless – fridge.
Her sister Kim Kardashian was ruthlessly mocked last year for showing off her empty fridge but that clearly hasn’t deterred Kourtney, who brought her Instagram followers inside one of the many fridges in her Californian mansion.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star posted a photo of her fridge stocked up with an array of beverages. It’s pretty impossible for her guests to go thirsty with rows of organic apple and lemonade, Pellegrino, Bio-K, coconut water, ginger ale and other refreshments in glass bottles stacked from top to bottom.
In the caption, Kourtney admitted: ‘Quarantine OCD kicking in.’
She then explained: ‘I’m making an effort to not buy plastic containers so to those using boxes, glass or other plastic alternatives, thank you, and to any plastic I have here, I won’t be buying anymore.’
‘So can you please change to NO plastic,’ she urged her followers.
Kourtney, 41, prides herself on being one of the most environmentally and sustainably-conscious members of her family and has favoured products with natural ingredients for years.
However, she was criticised last year when an episode of KUWTK featured her lecturing Kim on cutting out plastic bottles, only to be seen drinking from a single-use one herself later in the episode.
Confessing to her mistake, Kourtney tweeted after the show: ‘I was in Kim’s office and that’s all that was there.
‘And no I’m not perfect, but I could have brought a reusable bottle for the day, this is true.’
During the episode, Kourtney visited California State Senator Henry Stern to discuss cleaning up a laboratory which had been sitting contaminated for years.
During her own fridge tour last year, Kim, 40, explained how she was making greater efforts in saving the environment.
‘I got rid of all my plastic so it’s all like glass jars,’ she said before making her way to her walk-in fridge. ‘Even all my sprinkles and stuff for my frozen yoghurt.’
‘I got rid of all plastic bottles, so I just have this for right now… It’s just my drinks fridge.’
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