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Kris Jenner is pulling out all the stops for the ultimate Kardashian Christmas party!

10 December 2014, 09:02

Los Angeles - Kris Jenner has themed Christmas celebrations.

The 59-year-old businesswoman - who will spend the holidays with her six children - is looking forward to keeping up with the usual traditions.

She said: "Every year, we try to have a theme. And a very important element to any time I give a party of any kind is a party favour ..."

"I want the traditional Christmas/Thanksgiving dinner. Turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potato, soufflé that I'll make."

"I love to do the desserts so I want to pass that down to my kids and have them incorporate that into their family and their traditions when I'm long gone."

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The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has also enlisted the help of celebrity florist, Jeff Leatham.

She said: "Jeff Leatham is truly one of the most creative people I have ever met in my life. So when I started thinking about Christmas, he was my first call."

Walking around the house with him to discuss their decorating plans, Kris revealed some of her other traditions.

Speaking on Oprah: Where Are They Now?, she shared: "We always have gifts under the tree. I would love it if when we come up with a theme, you can help me with wrapping paper because I would love for it all to be so seamless and beautiful."

"Make the kitchen really Christmassy ... I love to bake at Christmas time so this needs to smell like gingerbread."

Kris also instructed Jeff to help her four eldest daughters to decorate their own homes.

She said: "I also want you to talk to the girls about doing something at their house."

- BangShowBiz


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