Based on the Kim Kardashian sex tape, we already know that this reality star excels at sexual relations.
But what about diplomatic relations?
We'll soon find out!
Insiders have confirmed to Us Weekly and other outlets that Kim and sisters Kourtney and Khloe are about to embark on a trip to Cuba in order to film an upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
What makes this a noteworthy piece of news?
It has only been a few months since President Barack Obama restored diplomatic relations between the Communist-run country and the United States of America.
For decades, there has been an embargo on trade between the nations due to the way in which Cuba ran its government.
American citizens still must be approved to travel to Cuba, however, and must also fit into one of the two categories:
Either those who have family on the island or those who plan to take part in religious, academic or humanitarian work.
It's unclear how an installment of Keeping Up with the Kardashians Season 12 would be classified under these rules, but we're guessing the three sisters will pretend to do some sort of humanitarian work there.
As far as U.S. residents are concerns, it's also a welcome humanitarian endeavor of Kim, Kourtney and Khloe to get the heck out of the country for a bit.
According to a tabloid insider, the famous trio will head to Havana by way of Miami, where Kourtney has been vacationing with her three children, Mason, 6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 16 months.
It's unclear at the moment whether sisters Kylie Jenner or Kendall Jenner, or mother Kris Jenner, will also take part in the adventure.
As those who watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians online or on television know very well, the relatives have previously traveled to Iceland, Thailand, Greece and Bora Bora for their major getaways.
We'd wonder how they can afford such fancy vacations, but who are we kidding?
Each family member is a millionaire.
Oh, and E! also pays for every last penny when it comes to these expenses.
In case you missed the Season 12 premiere, meanwhile, click below to see what transpired: