Khloe Kardashian says Christmas with her famous family is like ''controlled chaos'' as it can be hectic when the extended Kardashian and Jenner clans come together.
Khloe Kardashian says Christmas is like ''controlled chaos'' for her family.
The reality TV star will be celebrating the annual holiday with her famous family, including sisters Kim, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie, mum Kris Jenner, and brother Rob, and she reveals it can be hectic when the whole clan comes together.
She said: ''Christmas is a crazy time but it's fun. It's controlled chaos! Christmas Eve we have a huge party, which mum's been hosting for 34 years. It's what everyone looks forward to, it's so fun! Everyone dances and Santa comes.
''One year, he showed up in a Rolls-Royce, which was bizarre and he wears a Rolex. He's never aged. We look at old home videos and he hasn't changed! I'm convinced he's the real Santa.''
As for Christmas Day, the 29-year-old beauty says her family all dress in their pyjamas and exchange gifts.
She explained: ''We all wear matching pyjamas. Every year, my mum gives them to us the night before, after our party.
''And it's like presents galore. It gets out of control! Last year, we were saying, 'We've got to tone it down.' ''
Khloe has the perfect gift lined up for her new niece North West, her sister Kim's first child with Kanye West, who was born in June and will celebrate her first Christmas.
Khloe revealed: ''I'm going to buy North an ID bracelet, because that was my first piece of jewellery, so it's really special.''
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