Jenn Quinn and Julie Frates' husbands — Pat Quinn and Pete Frates — started the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that took social media by storm, all while raising a ton of money for research regarding the disease.
The campaign was so successful, it even won seven awards at the Cannes Lions Festival!
After accepting their honors, the wives decided to spend a little down time shopping at the Celine store on Wednesday where they ran in to Kim Kardashian West and Kris Jenner!
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The women excitedly went up to the reality stars to say hi and talk about their cause.
But when it came to snapping a shot with the selfie queen, the two were totally denied!
Jenn took to Facebook to share her experience and her frustration with the celebrities, writing:
"Julie Frates & I were walking around shopping in Cannes- only ones in the Celine store when Kim K and Kris walk in!! We introduce ourselves and talk about our inspiring husbands. Kris responded with 'oh fun' and DECLINED taking a picture with us! #boycotteverythingkardashian"
Jenn explained in the comments of her posting that when she asked Kris for a picture, the momager said the 34-year-old was too busy shopping.
And this was AFTER the pair told Kimmy Kakes' mom that they were really proud that her daughter participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge!
But like any juicy tale, there are always two sides to every story!
According to sources close to the situation, neither of the women asked for a photo when Kim walked out of the dressing room — she was apparently being harassed by people knocking on her changing room. The reality star simply exited and smiled.
And as for that "oh fun" comment — Kris was reportedly chatting with a few ladies who said they were having a blast in France.
Who do you believe, Perezcious readers?
[Image via Michael Wright/WENN.]
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