For the first time in over 40 years: Kardashians cancel legendary Christmas party

The Kardashians don’t have a Christmas party this year.

Los Angeles – Coronabedingt becomes Christmas this year for many people differently than usual – also for Promised. Due to the lockdown and protection for themselves and others, many forego the end-of-year celebrations, including the Kardashian clan.

The Kardashian clan around Kris Jenner, Kourtney, Khloe and Kim (from left to right) will not host a Christmas party this year. © Imagespace / ZUMA Wire / dpa

“I think it’s the first time since 1978 that we don’t have a Christmas Eve party,” said Khloé Kardashian (36) from People-Magazin quoted.

In doing so, the reality TV family is breaking a long tradition that it has maintained for over 40 years.

“The Covid cases are getting out of hand in California. So we decided that we shouldn’t do that,” wrote Khloé on Twitter when a fan asked if the Kardashians would be holding their legendary Christmas party again this year.

“It is the first time since 1978 that we no longer have a Christmas Eve party. Health and safety come first! Taking the pandemic seriously is a must,” said the 36-year-old on the corona-related cancellation of the annual Christmas break.

At the legendary Christmas party of the Kardashian clan on the property in Calabasas, California (Greater Los Angeles), mega-stars such as hip hopper Drake (34, “God’s Plan) and the singers Christina Aguilera (39) and Jennifer Lopez (51 ) included.

How pompous the Christmas party is always can be seen Instagram follow. The post from the past festival shows the Kardashian sisters in chic evening wear and top styled.

California had introduced tougher measures in the fight against the pandemic last week due to rising corona numbers. Exit restrictions and other requirements have been tightened in regions with the threat of overcrowding in intensive care units.

With a view to increasing hospital admissions, the US state also imposed a stay at home order in large parts of California.

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