During her unexpected visit, Kim Kardashian held a class at Harvard University…

On Friday, Kim Kardashian made her way across the revered campus of Harvard University accompanied by news crews and television cameras.

The entrepreneur and reality TV personality, who is 42 years old, made an unannounced visit to Harvard Business School on Friday morning as a guest speaker for the fourth-annual edition of “Moving Beyond Direct-to-Consumer,” which was conducted by other business owners.

The visit came as quite a surprise to both the faculty and the students, the most of whom were unaware that she and Jens Grede, the co-founder of SKIMS, would be present at the occasion in question.

According to one of the attendees, “She spoke about what she’d been working on and this new private equity business and SKIMS.” She was seated off to the side, yet she was still engaged in the lecture the professor was giving.

Kim drew the attention of waiting photographers as she exited the school, but she still found time to shake hands with admirers and followers.

Before attending her appointment at Harvard, Kardashian made a quick stop on Boston Common and took a picture of the sculpture known as “The Embrace.” The new monument honors both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King for their contributions to civil rights.

Kim Kardashian’s trip to Harvard will be shown in an upcoming episode of The Kardashians, which is only available to watch on Hulu.

Later, Kardashian posted a documentation of her trip on Instagram on Saturday, where she referred to the experience as a “#BucketListDream.”

“Yesterday, I gave a presentation at Harvard Business School for a seminar that was called HBS Moving Beyond DTC. The students had to do research on @skims, so my business partner Jens and I gave a presentation on our marketing strategy, highlighting both the obstacles we faced and the successes we achieved.

The fact that it is a subject that is being examined at Harvard is just mind-boggling to me, and I couldn’t be prouder of Skims. We would like to express our gratitude to Professor Len Schlesinger and the Harvard Business School for hosting us.”

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