Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Karlie Kloss' "favorite time of day" is when she, like many New York City occupants, opens up her window to cheer in honor of the city's healthcare workers and first responders on the front line. Luckily, the Bravo's Project Runway host is able to take in the moment, now known as "clappy hour," with unobstructed views of the NYC skyline from her apartment's terrace.
In a May 14 Instagram post, Karlie shared a photo of herself sitting on her window ledge looking past the teal wrought iron balcony to sweeping views of the city. In an accompanying video, she panned across the skyline as she excitedly yelled alongside the numerous cheers and banging of pots and pans heard in the clip.
The view is a relatively new one for Karlie, who moved from her 2,000 square-foot downtown digs to a new apartment last year. While Karlie has yet to share many details of her new abode, the former apartment she occupied with her husband, Joshua Kushner, featured an impressive terrace of its own in addition to a large open kitchen and bedrooms flooded with sunlight.
Karlie's not the only Bravoleb who looks forward to the nightly moment of cheer. In April, Andy Cohen shared two Instagram photos of his son, Ben, looking out the window. "This is the 'waiting for Clappy Hour' moment of the day," the Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host wrote, adding the hashtag: "He lives for the applause."
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