The Kardashian-Jenner clan may have been forced to cancel their Christmas party this year, but that hasn’t stopped them celebrating in style.
The youngest member of the Kardashian family revealed how her daughter’s Dad, rapper Travis Scott, pulled out all the stops gifting his two year old daughter a full sized Cinderella carriage.
Fans were stunned to see that Stormi woke up to find a full size horse drawn carriage, shaped exactly like the enchanted pumpkin from Disney’s Cinderella.
Dressed for the occasion in a matching princess dress, the toddler posed for photos in her amazing gift.
Various Disney princess dresses were also placed in the inside of the carriage so Stormi will have plenty of outfit changes between now and the New Year.
The carriage even features a personalised ‘Princess Stormi’ sign and is upholstered in pink and white leather, covered with multicoloured lights that shine at night.
The 23 year old could be heard in the clip saying, “Oh my God you guys, I can’t handle Stormi‘s princess carriage at night! I didn’t even know it lit up like this.
“So cute. We just need some horses, and she will be a real princess!” she added.
The reality star later shared a video of the carriage at night, lit up with hundreds of fairy lights and looking truly magical.
Like most families, the Kardashian gang were forced to do things a little differently this year and for the first time since 1978, cancelled their annual Christmas Eve party.
The news was revealed by Khloe Kardashian in a conversation with a fan on social media.
The 36 year old was asked about her plans on Twitter, with one fan writing: “Okay Khloe, you doing the annual Kardashian’s Christmas party this year?”
Khloe replied to say that the family have decided against throwing this year’s planned party.
She said: “The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA. 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.
“Health and Safety first though! Taking this pandemic seriously is a must,” she wrote.
Her fans were quick to react and support the family’s decision to cancel the celebration.
“Yes Khloé!!! We all must stick together to beat this pandemic. So thankful,” one wrote, whilst another one added: “I’m glad they’re being responsible and cancelling it.”
A third remarked: “I’m happy they are taking Covid crisis seriously in California.”
The famous family hope that next year they will be able to have their party and promise it will be bigger than ever.
Khloe is already looking forward to next year’s celebration: “I am so over 2020! (Says everyone) Next year, our Christmas Eve party is going to be fire! Covid better be gone by next Christmas,” she told her followers.