Kim Kardashian tweeted a series of pictures, including one of her sitting in the family home surrounded by wrapped festive gifts for the Christmas special of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Kim Kardashian, 32, captioned the pictures “SelfiesOnSet” as she posed with sister Kylie Jenner and in a solo shot showing off her plump lips to the camera.
The fact that Kardashian family are shooting their festive special three months before Christmas is the latest indication that their “reality show” is about as far from real life as could be.
Kim Kardashian filming Christmas special of Keeping Up with the Kardashians in September
One person who wasn’t pictured in the special was Kim Kardashian’s BFF Jonathan Cheban, who Radar has reported Kim has now fallen out with.
According to the site, Jonathan Cheban is said to be annoyed that he has not been asked to be baby North West’s godfather.
Now Jonathan Cheban’s invite for a Kardashian family Christmas seems to be less likely.
No doubt there will be plenty extravagant gifts on the real day for the Kardashian clan to entertain themselves with.
However, hopefully baby North West will not be too spoiled for her first Christmas.
Sister Kourtney Kardashian recently revealed that her son Mason is jealous that he no longer receives the same amount of attention from his aunty Kim.
Fans of Duck Dynasty will get a special treat this holiday season when the Robertson family release their own Christmas album.
Universal Music Group Nashville announced that the album, called Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas, will hit stores October 29.
The Duck Dynasty family has been in a Darius Rucker music video. They’ve hung out with Kellie Pickler, they’ve been to two CMT Music Awards shows, they are good buddies with Jason Aldean.
“A Robertson family Christmas album,” said Korie Robertson.
“And the title is, you can probably guess it, Duck the Halls.”
“The whole family’s going to be involved. It will be kind of a variety show-style music CD, and we got some surprises for you, so I think it’ll be a lot fun.”
Fans of Duck Dynasty will get a special treat this holiday season when the Robertson family release their own Christmas album
“We do have some special guests, but we’re not announcing them yet,” she added.
“Got some things in the works and hopefully we’ll let y’all know about that pretty soon.”
Duck Dynasty follows the lives of the Louisiana-based Robertson family and their multi-million dollar company Duck Commander – a fabricator of top-of-the-line duck calls and decoys.
The family grew up singing in church and has many musical members who will be showcasing their talents on the album.
“Faith, family and ducks – in that order – have always been our priorities,” said reality star Willie Robertson, the CEO of Duck Commander.
He added: “Christmas is an important holiday for us not only because of our strong faith but also our holiday family traditions. We’re having a great time making this album. We hope you enjoy it.”
General John Allen and his wife Kathy were pictured laughing as they rip open Christmas presents and serious-faced as they support each other at official events.
But this solidarity now threatens to crumble, after John Allen was found to have sent thousands of “inappropriate” emails to military socialite Jill Kelley, launching an FBI and Pentagon investigation.
The general, who leads U.S. troops in Afghanistan, allegedly exchanged tens of thousands of messages with Jill Kelley, the Florida housewife who sparked the probe into the David Petraeus affair.
But intimate photo albums give a glimpse into John Allen’s happy family life, while his daughter’s blog reveals how their support and love of music helped her realize her dream of becoming a singer.
John Allen, who grew up in Oakton, Virginia and has enjoyed a glittering military career spanning nearly four decades, has a wife, Kathy, and two daughters, Bobbie and Betty.
In photographs from the family Christmas, Kathy Allen, who calls herself “PudgeMom” on social networking sites, laughs as she opens presents and chats with her family.
In photographs from the family Christmas, Kathy Allen, who calls herself PudgeMom on social networking sites, laughs as she opens presents and chats with her family
Bobbie Allen, 27, has revealed how her military upbringing shaped her, and has told how she was inspired to sing by her mother, who would always sing in the house.
Now living in Washington DC, Bobbie Allen revealed that music helped her during a transient childhood.
She called Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, home twice while growing up – and even performed there last year.
According to Bobbie, her mother Kathy Allen carried their stereo system by hand to every new duty station they moved to and it was the first thing they set up in their new homes, saying: “That’s when life could begin.
“If we’d had a bad day at school, she would put on happy music and make us dance. Music was the fifth member of our family.”
Writing on her blog, Bobbie Allen said she was inspired by Karen Carpenter, calling her voice “liberating and inspiring”.
Bobbie Allen said she always kept her tape deck playing, and sang to herself in the backseat of the car as the family moved around.