Awww what's with the grumpy-puss expressions?!
Kim Kardashian and her baby-daddy Kanye West were spotted visiting FAMED Parisian cultural institutions Le Palais de Tokyo and the museum of Art Deco Monday…
And even though the couple are holding hands, they just seem a little pissed off (above)!
Perhaps they are regretting their decision to wear odd matching black and white outfits at the Givenchy fashion show that took place the night before?
Or was the artwork not to their liking?
Or maybe they were both annoyed because THEIR latest nude art wasn't being featured in ANY of the museums!
LOLzz, that must have been it.
Ch-ch-check out MORE pics of Kim and Kanye's not-so-happy day out (below)!
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We can just imagine her scampering up trees and learning the languages of alll the woodland creatures!
Saved By The Bell alum and White Collar star Tiffani Thiessen recently chatted about her two year-old Harper's love of the great outdoors, and of the pros and cons of life in NYC vs. life in sun-kissed Los Angeles.
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A new study reveals that people who take part in cultural activities, such as going to the museum or watching a play, are generally happier than those who do not.
Said study author Koenraad Cuypers:
"There has been a focus on physical activity as an instrument to promote good health in the last decades, but who is sure that all people are equally capable of doing five days a week of intensive training? I doubt it! Studies suggest that 50 percent of leisure time is spent in other activities than physical activity, so we aimed at investigating whether participation in cultural activities would also be associated with good health/good satisfaction with life/low anxiety and depression.”
And this doesn’t just mean you need to go to museums all day. The act of creating art was also found to be beneficial to your mental health.
The study also found that participating in physical activities has a positive effect on the mental health of women (and men, of course, also benefit from physical activity).
So in case you were putting off writing that novel or going to watch a local play, don’t. Start now and you’ll be happier for it!
[Image via AP Images.]
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