Kris Jenner kicks off Kristmas
The Kardashian and Jenner clan are to reunite for a big Christmas celebration, according to sources.
Kris Jenner is reportedly planning to end 2015 with a "bang" as she organises festive celebrations.
The family matriarch is getting ready for a big family Christmas with her kids Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Rob, Kendall and Kylie, who are all said to be staying at her house on Christmas Eve (24Dec15). After a hectic year for the clan, which saw Kris' ex-husband Bruce come out as a woman called Caitlyn, Kourtney split from longtime partner Scott Disick, Khloé's estranged husband Lamar Odom hospitalised and Kim give birth to her second child with husband Kanye West, the family are ready to reunite.
"Kris is desperate to end the year on a high," an insider told Britain's Closer magazine. "The Christmas celebrations always start with her Christmas Eve bash, which will be more lavish than ever with their favourite Champagne flown in from Paris, Michelin-starred chefs and a huge guest list, inviting every celeb they've ever been in contact with.
"The family will sleep over at Kris' and on Christmas morning, they'll be joined by Caitlyn, Scott and Lamar, if he's well enough. They'll join in the present-opening ceremony while chefs create a Champagne breakfast of Kris' favourite, smoked salmon eggs Benedict."
And it seems Kim's newborn Saint is going to get plenty of attention for his first Christmas, as the family will dedicate an hour to the little one. The reality star and her husband Kanye will open the tot's presents and sing him carols, according to the insider.
Despite Kourtney splitting from Scott in the summer (15) amid rumours she'd had enough of his partying ways, it seems the pair will put on a united front for their kids Mason, Penelope and Reign.
Kylie's love life could be heating up this Christmas, as the 18-year-old is apparently hoping for a proposal from her boyfriend Tyga, 26. "She feels far older than her years and wants to start a family - and prove the critics wrong," the source noted.
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