She's been away from her daughter North West for 11 days while on a globe-trotting business trip.
And on Tuesday Kim Kardashian looked thrilled to be home as she arrived in Los Angeles at LAX in a stylish ensemble.
The 34-year-old was most certainly eager to be reunited with her one-year-old child following a busy week in the United Arab Emirates.
The reality star was dressed in a black blouse with matching pedal pusher tights as she slung a dark trench coat over her shoulders.
Standing tall in beige heels, Kim covered up with a pair of chunky sunglasses while pinning her long hair back into a neat ponytail.
The mother-of-one took only one bag for her carry on as she made sure to bring attention to her oval face with some bright red lip paint.
Kim - who left her husband Kanye West at home in Los Angeles - documented her stay in the Middle East on her Twitter and Instagram accounts during the last week.
She was living the high life in the United Arab Emirates, where she promoting her new fragrance, Fleur Fatale.
On Sunday she headed out to the Dubai desert for a dune buggy ride with her assistant Steph Shep and a group of friends.
The glamorous star looked totally out of her element and was forced to ditch her usual high heels and bodycon outfits in favor of a flowing cotton dress for the occasion.
Her stay in the Middle East, however, was extended longer than planned as she originally set out to make an appearance on Big Boss, India's version of Big Brother.
But Kim's hopes of conquering yet another market were dashed due to visa issues, according to the show's organizers.
She was forced to cancel her trip to the South Asian country and her subsequent guest spot on Big Boss.
Show runners told BBC that visa issues stopped the star from being able to enter the country, while Reuters reported that the undisclosed problems would take some time to resolve.
Following the bad news, Kim detoured to Dubai, writing to her admirers on Instagram: 'To all my wonderful fans in India, I'm so disappointed I wasn't able to come to India as planned.'
'When the opportunity presented itself to make the trip, there was a short window to coordinate all of the elements necessary to make it happen.
'Unfortunately, time ran out so the trip has been cancelled. I look forward to rescheduling and meeting everyone soon.'
News Credit: Daily Mail