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Kris Jenner throws lavish Easter bash for her family: 'Our kids have the best grandma!'


Kris Jenner threw a lavish party for her whole family over Easter.
The 68-year-old matriarch - who has Kourtney, 44, Kim, 43, Khloe, 39, and Rob, 37, with late husband Robert as well as Kendall, 28, and 26-year-old Kylie with former spouse Caitlyn Jenner - gathered the members of the reality TV dynasty together to observe the religious holiday on Sunday (31.03.24) at her California mansion in an extravagant get-together.
The 'Kardashians' star put on a spread filled with Easter-themed treats like milkshakes, cupcakes, cookies, and Rice Krispies cakes and set up games for the whole family, like a slime station full of Easter-themed charms, glitter, glue, scents, and huge bowls as well as tables filled with lamb and bunny plush toys.
The lavish do left her kids and her 13 grandchildren impressed, Khloe - who has True, five, and 19-month-old Tatum with ex-partner Tristan Thompson- and Kim, who is mother to North, 10, Saint, eight, Chicago, six, and four-year-old Psalm with ex-husband Kanye West, both taking to Instagram to sing the momager's praises.
Kim said: "How cute is my mom. Our kids are so lucky to have the best grandma."
Khloe wrote: "My mom is the most amazing human being in the entire world!!!!! It’s a fantasy over here always @krisjenner."
Kris - who is also grandmother to Stormi, six, and Aire, two through daughter Kylie, while Rob Kardashian has seven-year-old daughter Dream and Kourtney has Mason, 14, Penelope, 11, and Reign, eight, and four-month-old Rocky - recently admitted that she doesn't always have the time or money to spend one-on-one time with her large family.
She told MailOnline: "I often say to myself that I really should be the kind of grandmother that takes my grandchild to dinner, like once a month.
"Like really get to know your grandchild and see what's happening in school and all this stuff. And I thought if I did that, that would take half a month, just to go out to dinner with my grandkids.
"And I am like, nope not going to do that. They're not getting that out of me."