Kendall Jenner Just Photoshopped Herself Into The Kardashian Kristmas Kard
We. Are. Screaming.
Well, kids, it's officially Christmas -- or should we say, Kristmas -- 'cause the Kardashians have finally released their annual holiday card, and it's a doozy.
The 2018 Kristmas kard features various members of the reality TV klan including sisters Khloé, Kourtney, Kylie and Kim, and their gorgeous brood.
In the pic shared on Instagram by photographer @pierresnaps on Christmas Eve, 10-month-old Stormi is seen standing on her mum Kylie's lap, while her younger cousin True gets a cuddle from Khlo.
It's all very kute and koordinated -- they're all (mostly) wearing white -- but something wasn't quite right, and the internet wasn't going to stay quiet about it.
"Where is Kenny!? ☹️" asked one Insta user.
"WHERE'S KENDALL?" asked another, but in all caps so they were obviously shouting.
Yes, it's true, Kendall Jenner, the world's highest-paid model of 2018, was indeed absent from the card.
But the 23-year-old wasn't about to miss out on the festive fun. Instead, she did a quick bit of photoshop and voila -- all fixed.
Isn't it wonderful? There she is, a giant, disembodied head hovering above her family like a terribly good-looking Christmas angel.
Of course, someone on Instagram had their own suggestion for how Kendall can make it into the 2019 card. Simply get knocked up.
"Next is Kendall? so she can be in the pic," implying that all Kenny needs to be included is a chubby bub on her hip. Mmmkay then.
K-Jen wasn't the only one to be left out in the cold. Kim's bae Kanye West, and Kylie and Khloé's baby daddies Travis Scott and Tristan Thompson were all MIA. As was momager Kris Jenner.
Shocking, we know, but it all came down to scheduling issues, as Kim explained on her Insta post.
"This year we waited until the last minute to do a card. Schedules we’re changing, my husband was in and out of town."
Well, that explains Kanye's no-show at least ...
"But The day of this card last minute realized we were all together so we had all of our kids come meet us," Kim continued. "Kendall and my mom rushed to a meeting after this shoot so this is what we have! As many of us as possible!"
Soooooo ... that doesn't really explain why Kendall and Kris weren't in the pic as according to Kim they left after the shoot, but hey, whatever.
It wasn't the only thing that didn't add up with this year's snap.
"Whose the baby with kourtney son," one Insta user asked.
Well, that'd be young Dream Kardashian, camera-shy brother Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's two-year-old daughter. Rob hasn't appeared in a Christmas card for several years now.
Another keen-eyed fan pointed out that North West, Kim and Kanye's five-year-old, looks like she's been digitally added to the picture, perhaps becuase she didn't quite get the all-white dress code.
"Why north look photoshopped in cause she’s not wearing white"
Look, let's give 'em a break. It's a Kristmas miracle that this year's kard even happened, by the sounds of it.
Earlier in December Kim told E! that the shoot was off because last year’s “was so dramatic.' Yeah, it kinda was.
Things got so fiery between Kim and sis Kourtney on the day that the KKW beauty mogul slammed her as "the least exciting to look at." Ouch. It was all caught on camera for the premiere of the 15th season of KUWTK, of course.
So this year, when Kim was on set for another photo shoot with her mum and all four sisters on December 14, she put the question to her fans and asked if they should just go ahead and get the card done.
“I’m here with all my sisters and my mom. Do you think I should pop up on them with a photographer and shoot our family Christmas card?” the 38-year-old asked in a Story.
Naturally, everybody wanted it to happen, but Kim and the rest of the fam stayed mum. That's until Khlo spilled the beans on Twitter a week later, confirming that the card was happening and Christmas as we know it would continue as usual.
Merry Kardashian ... er, we mean Kristmas. Christmas!
Merry Kardashian Christmas, everyone!
Feature image: Instagram/@pierresnaps, Getty.