Kardashian Christmas Card (Photo)


kim kardashian family christmas card 2011 nick saglimbeni 780x671The Kardashians got into the holiday spirit by releasing this year’s Kardashian Christmas card.

The card features the whole Kardashian family from Mason to Kris Jenner and include Kourtney’s boyfriend, Scott Disick and Khloe’s husband, Lamar Odom. The two were also seen in last year’s Christmas card.

The shots, which include a 3D version, were captured by Nick Saglimbeni.

“Here it is! Our 2011 Kardashian/Jenner family Christmas card!!!” said Kim on her website  KimKardashian.com. ” and there’s a special 3D version that you can view with 3D glasses. What do you guys think?”

She added, “I love our family Christmas cards shoots and I think this one looks amazing!”

Though, Kris stands out, sporting a sequin green gown, this year’s photo is all about the bow tie with all sporting matching black bow ties.

Last year was a little different with the crew sporting fancy gowns.

“For as long as I can remember, my mom has made it a point to go all out, whether it was a ninja turtles themed card, or bringing a Santa into the mix, each year she always managed to top the year before,” Khloe posted on her blog last year.

One person was noticeably absent. Kris Humphries, whom Kim is divorcing after only 72 days of marriage wasn’t included in this year’s card.

The relationship’s demise is currently being played out on television through “Kourt And Kim Take New York.”

In last night’s episode, the couple butts heads when Kris tells Kim he wants to have people over while she’s in L.A. for an appearance. She suggests he go out instead but while she’s gone, Kris decides to have people over against her wishes.

Kris even snubs Kourtney’s beau, Scott for not wanting to go along with it.

“You’re just like Bruce and all the other whipped Kardashian men,” Kris says to Scott. “It’s better to die on your feet than live on your knees, bro.”

Foreshadowing Scott admits during the episode, while Kris is hosting a party, that he is going to end up alone back home.