If there's ever a high-profile family who makes a big deal of the holiday season, it's the Kardashians. It starts with their yearly Christmas card, one that we're all familiar with even if we'll never get one.
Of course, this year was a bit tricky. Even though Kim's marriage to Kris Humphries lasted only 72 days, reportedly her ex landed on the original 2011 cards. However, it appears those have been ditched and new cards have been created just in time. "Shooting our family Christmas card today. u guys will love our theme this year. Hanging w the fam is the best!" Kim tweeted.
Although Kim is no longer with Humphries, this Christmas will still be special because Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are expecting another child. Mason, who turns two this December, gets a sibling. Out with the negative and in with the positive!
After the card, comes the party - Kris Jenner's annual Christmas Eve party to be exact.
"When I was a young girl, I decided really early on exactly what my holiday traditions were going to be," said Kris. "I imagined every Christmas Eve we would have this party and Santa would come and elves and carolers ... So every Christmas Eve, I have a huge party and Santa comes and you know, he's the real Santa!"
It's a monumental event for family and friends. Avril Lavigne will probably be there since she's dating Brody Jenner, Bruce Jenner's son. Ryan Seacrest was one of the guests last year.
According to Khloe Kardashian, "My mom has carolers, elves, and Santa even comes to hand out presents. It is amazing." It's not just little Mason who gets to take part in the fun. Apparently the sisters, even at their present ages, put on matching theme pajamas and wake up early in the morning to open presents.
Said Kim, "We do a Christmas Eve party that my family does every year since I was born."
Expect Kim, Khloe and Kourtney to be tweeting about the party in real time. You're guaranteed to know everything that's going on.
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