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Saturday 10 October 2015

Kim's naked Xmas

Published 18/12/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly splashing out £3 million on gifts for Kanye West this holiday season.

The couple got engaged this year and also welcomed their daughter North into the world. They are said to have disagreed about where to spend the festive period, with Kanye keen to jet to New York City and Kim wanting to celebrate with her family in Los Angeles.

Kanye has eventually given in, so Kim is splashing out £3 million on gifts to show how happy she is. Among them is a set of racy pictures taken by photographer David LaChapelle, who shot this year's Kardashian family Christmas card.

"She knows he loves her body, so what better way to make it a memorable Christmas?" a source told British magazine Heat.

"Kim was devastated at the idea of not spending any of Christmas with her mum - especially as it's Nori's first one ever. Now Kim's kind of got her way, she's spoiling Kanye, cooking his favourite Southern soul food and buying him a diamond-encrusted Hublot Big Bang watch."

Timepieces by the company are usually covered in diamonds and can cost several million pounds.

The couple are having the morning of December 25 to themselves, which is when they will present their daughter with her gifts - including a teddy encrusted with diamonds and a gold bracelet engraved with "love mom and dad".

Afterwards they will head to Kim's family for a celebration, before having a "secret Christmas" away from her loved ones during the evening.

"Kanye and Kim will sneak off for a late night get-together with some close friends. The guests have been sworn to secrecy," the insider said.

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