The Kardashian and Jenner family are known for their extravagant lifestyle so spending $250,000 on the photo shoot for their Christmas card isn’t a surprise. The production company for Keeping Up with the Kardashians footed the bill by famed photographer David LaChapelle.
The family photo shoot was so elaborate that it took “three days just to put the set together. David was extremely involved in all details of the set installation. It was Kim’s idea to get David to do the family photo Christmas picture.”
A family insider went on to reveal, “At first, David balked because he does photo shoots for major magazines, but Kim convinced him to do it. It wasn’t a cheap photo shoot and the production company of Keeping Up with the Kardashians paid the $250,000 invoice.”
“Hair, make-up, wardrobe were all paid for by production and the Kardashians didn’t pay one dime for their Christmas card.” On Sunday night’s Keeping Up with the Kardashians episode revealed that LaChapelle made the decision to exclude the male members of the famous family.
While Kris Jenner loved the scheme, Kendall Jenner revealed that her father, Bruce Jenner looked hurt that he was excluded. Seems neither Rob Kardashian nor Scott Disick cared about being on the card.
When Kendall went to see her dad, she told Bruce, “Since Lamar and Kanye can’t do it and Scott and Rob don’t care, I think it’s going to be the girls.” Bruce responded, “We’ve done it for 23 years and now all of a sudden they want to change it? Maybe mom and I, our relationship is a little different but we’re still a family. It’s your mom’s and my Christmas card.”
According to RadarOnline, at the end, after discussing the Christmas card with wife, Kris, Bruce was included in the photo shoot. Bruce went on to add, “I’ve never in the past had to be invited to our Christmas card.”
“It’s just over the top, and doesn’t feel like a family Christmas card at all.”
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