Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Kim Kardashian misses out on winter wonderland party

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian was upset to miss her half-sister Kendall Jenner's "winter wonderland" birthday party.

The Keeping up with the Kardashians star has been promoting her clothing line, the Kardashian Kollection, with her sisters Kourtney and Khloé in the UK.

Kim showed signs her hectic work schedule is taking its toll as she tweeted her regret at missing her younger sibling's seventeenth birthday bash.

Kim heaped praise on her mom Kris Jenner's efforts to transform their California home into a winter scene - complete with snow and a skating rink.

"Wish I was there @KendallJenner to celebrate with you last night! Looked soooo much fun! The snow looked crazy!" Kim tweeted on Monday. "Wow last night my mom turned her house into a winter wonderland bday party for Kendall. She even made the swimming pool and ice skating rink. (sic)"

Kim's tweets came after birthday girl Kendall and her other teen sibling Kylie posted instagram photos from the winter wonderland themed party.

In one picture posted on Kendall's Twitter page, the young star is seen posing back-to-back with Khloé husband, basketball player Lamar Odom, on the ice rink while snow falls all around.

In the background, Khloé can be seen awkwardly making her way around the make shift ice rink assembled at their family home.

The reason for Kim's no show at the party was due to the 31-year-old beauty presenting a prize at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Germany on Sunday.

This comes at the end of a jam packed week of interviews and appearances around Europe. The star showed signs she was beginning to feel home sick at the end of last week when her boyfriend rapper Kanye West jetted into London for an unplanned visit.

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