Kris Jenner hosted a lavish Easter event for her family on Sunday – featuring a personalized chocolate egg and gumball machine.
Nobody throws a party like Kris Jenner!
Mumager hosted an Easter party for his family on Sunday – and surprisingly finished off all the decorations, food, gifts and activities, Page Six report.
Kim, Khloé, and Kourtney Kardashian all documented the festive party via their Instagram Stories, sharing photos and videos of everything from Easter-themed charcuterie boards to mini cupcakes with Peeps (a type of US marshmallow treat).
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Kim, 41, credited his mother, 66, for organizing the soiree, saying in one video: “Oh my gosh, look what my mom did. She’s got chocolate eggs for all the kids and, oh my God, for all the adults too. Wow, how cute!”
He added in another: “Look at this table. Look at these baskets… this is crazy.”
Khloé, 37, also gave her mother major props on her own Instagram Story.
“My mother is the most magical woman,” he said. “This is the most outrageous party. I love my mother.”
Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner shared photos and close-up videos of personalized chocolate eggs with the names of each of the guests, including her boyfriend Travis Scott and Kourtney’s fiancé, Travis Barker.
The videos also show off a personalized gumball machine, mini bike, and a large Easter basket that each of Kris’ grandsons was served on Sunday.
Cosmetics Mogul Kylie, 24, even shared a glimpse of her newborn son’s legs, as Scott, 30, hugged him.
The celebrations kicked off in the middle of the first weekend of the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, with Kylie and her older sister Kendall Jenner in attendance.
The sisters were joined by supermodel pal Hailey Baldwin on Friday night when they caught her husband Justin Bieber’s surprise appearance during the set of Daniel Caesar.
This article originally appeared on Page Six and is reproduced with permission