The Kardashian-Jenners turned heads with their incredible Thanksgiving bash yesterday.
The American holiday saw a number of the famous family’s members converge at momager Kris’ Palm Springs home.
And while the full list of attendees is unclear, one snap saw a dining table set for what looked like 14 guests.
Amid the pandemic, citizens in California had been advised to limit travel during Thanksgiving, and to celebrate virtually where possible.
Meanwhile, the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) urged people to “limit the number of attendees as much as possible to allow people from different households to remain at least six feet apart at all times.”
However, Kris has told before that any family gathering prompts testing of each and every attendee before they’re allowed in.
From the family’s Instagram Stories, we can see that Kris, Kylie, Khloe and Kourtney, and their kids, were in attendance at some point during the day.
And in the background, it looked as though the celebrations were overseen by staff, responsibly wearing masks over their faces.
CDC guidelines also recommend people “avoid direct contact…with others not from their household”, and to wear masks at all times.
Mirror Online has reached out to the Kardashians’ reps for comment.
Khloe recently told a fan that the family could undergo testing prior to their Christmas festivities, so it’s not a stretch to imagine they did the same before Thanksgiving.
The star stressed that she wanted to keep their festive bash “small and safe.”
And before Kim, along with her nearest and dearest, jetted off on a tropical island getaway earlier this year, all the guests were tested, and isolated together for two weeks.
They also travelled on a private jet, meaning they were able to travel.
Celebrations for Kendall’s 25th birthday celebrations sparked controversy, Kris coming out in defence of her daughter.
The matriarch said every single guests received a test before they were allowed in and waited “half an hour” to get their results back.
She added that her family were “sensitive” and have been “responsible” with their precautions.
Chatting to Andy Cohen on his radio show, Always Unpredictable, Kris said: “Whenever we have a gathering, no matter how big or small, whether it’s five people or 25 people, you know, or 20 people, like at Kendall’s everyone got tested before they walked in the door.”
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