Kim Kardashian unveiled the family Christmas card with her four kids North, eight, Chicago, three, Saint, six, and Psalm, two, on Friday afternoon.
In addition to posing with her adorable littles ones, whom she shares with estranged husband Kanye West, the 41-year-old reality star’s sister Khloe, 37, and 66-year-old mother Kris Jenner were also by her side in matching sweats.
The Good American founder’s daughter True Thompson, three, and Rob Kardashian’s daughter Dream Kardashian, five, made cameos with their cousins.
Missing from the snaps are Rob, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and her daughter, Stormi, three, as well as Kourtney Kardashian and kids, Mason, 12, Penelope, nine, and Reign, six.
‘Merry Christmas,’ Kim captioned the slideshow, full of cute images of her tots hugging and goofing around.
Among the sweet shots, the KKW Beauty founder could be seen giving her eldest a piggyback ride, while her younger sibling held hands with her nieces.
The post comes as it has been reported that Kris made the decision to have the annual Kardashian Christmas Eve extravaganza ‘scaled way back’ due to surging COVID-19 cases in the Los Angeles area.
The 66-year-old matriarch has a few things planned for the evening and ‘will still get her daughters and grandkids together on Christmas Eve, but that’s it … nothing over the top,’ according to TMZ.
The Omicron variant continues its surge across the country with 8,633 new cases of coronavirus reported in Los Angeles yesterday, per the LA County Department of Public Health — almost triple the 3,052 cases reported on Monday.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recorded more than 200 million Americans fully vaccinated against COVID, which is roughly 60 percent of the US population.
Khloe and Kim both shared their challenging bouts with COVID on KUWTK, with Khloe recently suffering another breakthrough case in October where her daughter True also tested positive.
The Good American founder told her followers that she was ‘luckily’ vaccinated and encouraged everyone to ‘be safe.’
In 2020, Khloe was the one to announce that the party wouldn’t go on as planned due to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA,’ she said via Twitter. ‘So we decided that we’re not doing a Christmas Eve party this year. It’s the first time we will not be having a Christmas Eve party since 1978 I believe.’
The last major Kardahian Christmas Eve extravaganza was hosted at Kourtney Kardashian’s house in 2019.
‘I want you guys to be able to do this until you’re my age and one of your kids takes over. That’s the joy,’ Jenner told her kids during an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians as she passed the baton over to Kourtney.
It’s just the thought of actually not doing at my house. … I’m getting emotional. It makes me sad. It does. It makes me so sad. It’s just that magic that you can make, and make everybody feel so amazing on one night a year. It’s that love.’
Kim went on to explain: ‘Our Christmas Eve party was always this fun party that I just remember being friends and family and my grandparents and cousins. It was just the best night ever.’
All eyes will be on social media to see if Pete Davidson makes an appearance as one of the coveted family members in tow after Kim recently introduced her new boyfriend to her kids.
Pete met Kim’s kids and she introduced him to them as “mommy’s friend,”‘ according to HollywoodLife sources.
‘Kim thought that it was really cute how he interacted with them and that he tried to make her kids laugh and smile just as he does everyone he meets!’
This year’s family festivities will also mark Kourtney Kardashians new fiance, Travis Barker’s, first time at the Christmas bash.
Earlier in the day, Kim joked that her team of Elf on the Shelf elves were under strict quarantine measures after contracting the Omicron variant.
‘Our elves have to quarantine until the end of the year,’ Kim told her followers in clips of her elves in glass jars.
‘You guys, our elves got the new COVID variant, Omicron, I think that’s what it’s called,’ she said. ‘One is missing, I think it’s at the North Pole holding it down and hopefully it didn’t get COVID also, but what are we gonna do?’