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Kanye keeping Christmas with Kardashians

25 December 2012, 10:01

Los Angeles - Kanye West will be celebrating Christmas with Kim Kardashian.

The 35-year-old rapper - who has been dating the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star since last March - has accepted an invitation to spend the festive season with her family in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old reality TV star's brother Robert Kardashian, 25, told E! News: "Christmas is home, so everyone will be home and we'll all hang out together. My mom has a really big Christmas party every year on Christmas Eve.

Won the seal of approval

"We all sleep over at the house, and on Christmas morning we wake up at like 6 a.m. and do presents. They all make breakfast, all the girls. We watch basketball. It's a family day."

The budding sock designer - who has just launched his debut collection called Arthur George - revealed he isn't worried about what to buy his sisters Kim, Khloe, 28, and Kourtney, 33, because he knows them all so well.

He said: "I do pretty well with that...They're all similar, but they're all very different. I get them all something kind of the same item, but switch it up. There's so many women, it's really hard but I have it down."

Kanye has already won the seal of approval from Kim's large family and is frequently spotted dining out with them.

Kim has also become close to his family after being he brought her to visit them in Oklahoma City while visiting his mother Donda West's grave last month.

One day after celebrating Thanksgiving with the Kardashians, the couple flew to meet his family and friends close to the rapper said it was a "monumental" moment.

A source previously said: "Kanye brought Kim to Oklahoma City the day after Thanksgiving to pay respects to his mother and to meet his mother's side of the family. This was her first time meeting them."

"This was a really monumental moment for Kanye because he adored his mother. He wouldn't have brought Kim there unless he was completely in love with her."

- BangShowBiz


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