Christmas is only nine days away, and the Keeping Up with the Kardashians clan has yet to unveil their 2016 holiday card! To make matters worse, a KUWTK family insider told RadarOnline.com exclusively that a war ignited between Kris Jenner and her daughters over the festive annual tradition.
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Kris Jenner, 61, and daughter Kim Kardashian, 36, shocked guests by attending an L.A. holiday party on Wednesday held by family friend Irving Azoff. But Kim hasn’t been in the Christmas spirit at home. “There was so much drama over this year’s Christmas card because Kim did not initially want to do it,” said a source. “Kris said that if Kim wasn’t it, she was just going to cancel it all together.”
Kris’ card cancellation plans did not sit well with the outspoken youngest Kardashians sister Khloe, 32! “Khloe was not having it when she heard that it might be cancelled because of Kim,” said source. “She and her sisters told Kris that she was being absolutely ridiculous!”
As fans know, last year the Kardashian clan opted out of posing for their Christmas Card as a family. Instead, they released a card that featured Kim and hubby Kanye West’s daughter, North, 3, along with Kourtney Kardashian, 37, and on-again partner Scott Disick’s three kids – Mason, 7, Penelope, 4 and Reign, 2.
Perhaps the over-the-top 2013 Christmas card, which caused a ton of drama amongst them, proved too much for the family to handle!
“Kris told the girls that no one would care about the Christmas card if Kim were not in it and that really ticked Khloe off even more,” the source told Radar.
“Eventually, Kim just gave in and they will be releasing some form of their annual Christmas card in the coming week,” the insider said, adding that the conflict hasn’t been fully resolved. “But they still can’t agree on whether or not their significant others will take part in it.”
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