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Tuesday 28 July 2015

Kourtney Kardashian: Kim's hard to buy for

Published 13/12/2012 | 14:30

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is impossible to buy for at Christmas because she has "everything", says her sister Kourtney.

The stars of Keeping up with the Kardashians are famed for their lavish lifestyles and love of luxury goods. Kim has an impressive wardrobe of designer clothes and often splashes out on exclusive holidays. Kourtney has revealed that she has no idea what to get Kim for Christmas this year, because she already has all she needs.

"She is the hardest to buy for because she does have everything. My sister Khloé and I get each other things for our homes as we're both into interiors," she told British magazine Closer. "My mom is the easiest to buy for as she loves everything! But everyone in the family makes a wish list - in fact, Kim is good about hinting."

Kourtney is looking forward to spending time with her family over the festive season. Her mother Kris Jenner hosts a big party for loved ones and the event is always a lot of fun.

"My mom has a huge Christmas Eve party - everyone gets dressed up and we have food and music," she explained. "Santa Claus comes too, and there are arts and crafts for the kids - it's a lot of fun. The next day, we're still at my mom's house and she makes us all get up at 6am to open our presents in our PJs."

Kourtney gave birth to her second child, a daughter called Penelope, in July. The 33-year-old enjoys decorating the home she shares with long-term partner Scott Disick.

"Christmas is a big holiday for us. I have four trees in my house - just because I keep finding new decorations!" Kourtney laughed.

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