Kim Kardashian Had To Photoshop One Of Her Kids Into The Christmas Card
By Peyton Blakemore
December 17, 2019
What's a Kardashian Christmas card if it doesn't include a little photoshop?
While on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday (December 17), Kim Kardashian revealed that she had to photoshop her oldest daughter, North, into the family's Christmas card this year, after the six-year-old "refused" to participate in the family photoshoot.
“It’s the most anxiety to get four kids together smiling in a room,” Kim told Ellen of her and her husband Kanye West's four children — North, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2 next month, and Psalm, 7 months. “North was having a day, so she refused to be in the shoot. She just was crying because she wanted her specific hairstyle, whatever.”
Kim continued, “I said, ‘Fine you’re not gonna be in the card. That’s the decision, you’re not gonna be in the card. I’m just going to take the family card without you.’ And she was fine with that. The next day she woke up and was like ‘Mommy, I really want to do a card.'”
“Thank God the photographer was still in town,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star added. “[North] said, ‘I just want a photoshoot with just you.’ So I said ‘Perfect,’ I called the photographer, had her come over. I said, ‘I have no makeup on now, I look totally different. Let’s just pretend — shoot us, but cut me out and you’ll photoshop her in.’ And it looks like a beautiful card.”
“I would’ve rather done it this way than the anxiety of what I went through of trying to get — I mean, Chicago has a cookie in her hand, I was really holding Psalm there, Saint was really there. The rest of us were there, but North... that was a lot,” she admitted. “There’s always one!”
As fans know, this year marks the first year in a long time that the Kardashian-Jenner family hasn't graced us with a joint family Christmas Card. While rumors claimed it was because of family drama, Kim told Ellen on Tuesday that the decision not to have a full Kar-Jenner Christmas card simply came down to scheduling. “First of all, it was just a time thing,” she explained. “It was just a time thing of why I couldn’t wrangle everybody and I was like, ‘This isn’t my job. I’m not gonna sit here and try to get everyone to do a card. I’m gonna do one with my kids and my husband and my family.’ And even that was so dramatic.”
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