On Christmas Eve, Kris Jenner gave the world an unexpected gift: her own interpretation of the festive classic Jingle Bells, recorded under Kravis Records (stop), alongside her daughter Kourtney Kardashian and future son-in-law Travis Barker. Following the song’s release, Jenner continued to host the family’s annual Christmas party, albeit scaled back in venue and guest list due to current Covid surges.
Even with an event at home, the family pulled out all the stops, dressing in red carpet-worthy dresses and enlisting a professional photographer and Santa Claus for the night. And it’s not even Christmas Day yet.
The next morning, Kim Kardashian did the honors of revealing gifts from their momager’s family: matching Moke golf carts to drive around their local Calabasas gated community.
“Oh my! Look at our Christmas presents from my mom,” Kardashian said on a video showing all the carts lined up in a row. “How cool!” While matching make and model, the carts have been customized to fit each sister’s style. “It has to be Kourtney and Travis, of course,” Kardashian said, pointing to a white wagon with a skull on the hood.
Kardashian noted that she and her sister Khloe were gifted in pink, while their other siblings — Rob, Kendall and Kylie — got baby blue, yellow and orange cars.
According to Moke America website, a standard eMoke golf cart costs US$20,795 with custom rims starting at $495. Changing the layout to chic white seating and adding benches, as Jenner did, will cost an extra $1,595. Oh, to be a Kardashian-Jenner.
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