How Will the Kardashians Spend Their Christmas?

The Kardashians have special plans for Christmas after undergoing a busy year in a number of media headlines.

Rob Kardashian, the only brother in the Kardashian clan, revealed a tradition that his family upholds every year when speaking to E! News recently.

"My mom has a really big Christmas party every year on Christmas Eve," Kardashian told E! recently. "We all sleep over at the house, and on Christmas morning we wake up at like 6 a.m. and do presents. They all make breakfast, all the girls. We watch basketball. It's a family day."

Kardashian,25, admits that his family has been busy lately and said he was excited to see his new niece, the daughter of eldest sister Kourtney Kardashian.

"Everybody's been so busy," Kardashian told E! "I finally get to see my little niece Penelope and it'll be nice to just hang out. I've been travelling so much."

Khloe Kardashian-Odom, the youngest of the Kardashian sisters, opened up on The Ellen Degeneres show last month where she spoke about her entire family getting together for the Christmas holiday.

"Every Christmas, we're always together. Step-brothers, sisters, everything," Khloe told Degeneres. "All 10 kids and then everyone's extended girlfriend, boyfriend, this, that..."

When DeGeneres quipped about the guest list changing during the holidays, Kardashian-Odom didn't disagree.

"Yeah, we rotate all the people," Kardashian-Odom joked. "Now we're sticking together. The older we get, the more we stick together."

When asked if Kanye West, boyfriend of Kim Karadshian, would be making an appearance at their Christmas gathering this year Rob told E! News, "of course."

The only brother in the Kardashian clan admitted that the best part of this holiday would be spending time with his family.

"I'm with the family, and that's the best part," he told E!. "Christmas is home, so everyone will be home and we'll all hang out together."

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