Those Kardashians are always gushing over Kim's little one, North, and Khloe has now revealed that she's planning on splashing the cash and buying her niece an ID bracelet for Christmas. N'aww!
Christmas Day is just around the corner and Khlo has now spoken out about what she's planning in terms of gifts.
"I'm going to buy North an ID bracelet, because that was my first piece of jewellery, so it's really special," she told Britain's Closer magazine.
Khloe K heads to the gym following Lamar Odom divorce announcement (Splash News)
Khloe's other sister Kourtney also has two kids, Mason and Penelope, but the KUWTK babe admits that Christmas is still as much about the adults as it is for the children.
"We have to make it about the children, but we never do that! We still want our Christmas too. We're such big kids!" Khloe continued.
Meanwhile, one thing that could put a bit of a downer on the Kardashian festivities is Khlo's divorce from Lamar Odom, which was announced recently.
However, momager Kris Jenner has spoken out about how proud she is of her daughter and the way that she's handling things.
"I still love Lamar and I love Khloe, and I hate, hate they’re going through this,” Kris told People magazine. “But if it’s something that Khloé feels she needs to do, then I’m 150 percent behind her. We all lean on each other, we have to."
Baby North will be getting an ID bracelet from Khloe this Xmas (Instagram/Kim Kardashian)
Kris admits that her 29-year-old daughter’s recent legal decision will be therapeutic for her. The talent manager shared that emotional strength in light of her marriage ending with the sportsman has been impressive.
"What Khloé is going through is definitely challenging, I’m not going to lie," she continued. "It’s also a very interesting time for her because it’s very cleansing. She’s also showed this side of her that I didn’t know she had. I always knew Khloé was strong, but I never dreamed that she had this kind of strength.
"It’s definitely life lessons that she will be able to apply and use later in her life," she said. "She’s learned a lot from this situation."