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Tuesday 4 August 2015

Kardashians debut Christmas card

Published 18/12/2012 | 11:00

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

The Kardashians have debuted their 2012 Christmas card.

Posing together for the festive season has become somewhat of a family tradition for the television clan and this year they showed off an all-white image.

The 2012 edition shows all generations of Kardashians - along with boyfriends, husbands and the Jenners - grinning at the camera as confetti falls and balloons float in the background.

Kim can be seen in a form-fitting white dress on the far left, next to step-sister Kylie Jenner who is sporting a similar dress with strappy sandals.

Rob appears to be playing DJ at the back as he holds up a pair of headphones, while lovebirds Lamar Odom and Khloé cuddle next to him.

Kourtney and Scott Disick are pictured in the centre, with their little ones Penelope and Mason and step-father to the Kardashian siblings, Bruce Jenner.

Mother Kris Jenner raises a glass at the right next to Kendall Jenner, who steals the show in a backless number.

Following modelling jobs that have included an appearance on the cover of Australia's Miss Vogue, the 17-year-old has made a name for herself with her stunning looks.

It seems the Kardashian girls couldn't wait to show off their good-looking family.

"Our 2012 family Christmas card is here!! (sic)," Kim excitedly tweeted, attaching a link to the snap.

"I love our Christmas card! White party :) (sic)," Khloé added.

In previous years, the family have shown off family portraits of the gang clad in fancy evening attire and slick all-black numbers.

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