Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West have flown out of Cork Airport at the end of their honeymoon in Ireland.
The couple and their entourage are reported to have arrived at Cork airport in a black bus and black limousine and were taken to their private jet via the cargo area terminal.
The newlyweds boarded the jet in front of the old airport terminal at an area hidden from public view.
During their week-long honeymoon in Ireland the couple stayed at a luxury hotel in Ballyfin, Co Laois.
Their private Lear Jet apparently touched down in Cork airport on Sunday (May 25), the day after their lavish wedding celebration in Florence Italy, yet it took until Wednesday evening (May 29) before any photographic evidence emerged of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on Irish soil.
Kimye Watch reached fever pitch yesterday evening when eagle eyed locals spotted the A-List pair coming out of an Odeon Cinema in Portlaoise where they reportedly watched X-Men Days of Future Past in 3D.
Later in the day Mr and Mrs West apparently made a 20 mile trip to Tullamore to watch another film.
The couple were both wearing sunglasses and dressed in black - with Kanye wearing the hood of his jumper over his head.
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The pictures have created a buzz online with many expressing their disbelief at the potential sighting.
Manys the date I went on to Portlaoise and Tullamore cinema back in the day. Doubt #Kimye had to be home by half 11 ...??— Jennifer O'Brien (@JenBizarre) May 29, 2014
Yep ya got it spot on there Kanye! Coz if I married Kim Kardashain I'd spend the Honeymoon sitting in a Cinema in Portlaoise. #Kimye— Dustin The Turkey (@DustinOfficial) May 29, 2014
#Kimye were in Portlaoise cinema? Well, I wouldn't expect them to appreciate the great drying that was in it today...4 loads I got done!— Lisa Ní Chuinnegáin (@missdribbles) May 28, 2014