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Keeping Up With the Kardashians to film in Cuba

Keeping Up With the Kardashians to film in Cuba

Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian will film 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' in Cuba this week.

The celebrity sisters will be flying out to Havana in the coming days to begin filming season 13 of their hit reality TV show after first spending time in Miami.

Kourtney, 37, is already in Florida vacationing with her children, Mason, six, Penelope, three and 16-month-old Reign.

The historic trip comes after US President Barack Obama successfully restored relations between America and the Communist country earlier this year, although American citizens still need approval to travel to the Caribbean island under one of 12 categories; including business, family, religious, academic or humanitarian work.

It is yet to be confirmed what additional members will be joining the three siblings, however it is reported Rob Kardashian's fiancé Blac Chyna - who has a three-year-old son, King Cairo, with Kylie Jenner's beau Tyga - wants to appear on the family programme.

However, according to TMZ, Blac is demanding $1 million to appear to spill the beans on her relationship, and also wants a non-exclusive contract as she wants her own reality show, possibly chronicling her romance with Rob.

The website reports that producers are unlikely to agree to the 27-year-old model demands.

However, tensions seem to have cooled in recent weeks and Rob's mother Kris Jenner recently admitted she thinks his relationship has been good for him.

Kris said of Blac: "She seems like a really nice girl. I just haven't been around her too much. But you know, he's been very, very happy lately and I think he's in a really good place."

The trip to Cuba follows a number of glamorous vacations taken by the family on the show, with past episodes chronicling their exploits in Thailand, Mykonos and Bora Bora.

It comes just two weeks after Kim and Kourtney flew to Reykjavik, Iceland, on another holiday which was filmed for the show.