Kim Kardashian throws extravagant Hello Kitty-themed birthday party for daughter Chicago

Kim Kardashian throws extravagant Hello Kitty-themed birthday party for daughter Chicago

The event even featured a ramen bar and two indoor slides with a ball pit

January 17, 2023
Kim Kardashian recently threw a huge Hello Kitty-themed party for her 5-year-old daughter, Chicago.
The event took place inside the 42-year-old reality TV star’s $60 million mansion in Hidden Hills, California, on Sunday.
Kardashian took to social media to share a snippet of the party, which featured all-pink décor.
Happy birthday ChiChi,” her recent TikTok video’s onscreen text says. As of this writing, the seven-second clip has already garnered over 2.1 million views and 515,000 likes.
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Chicago’s birthday party included several attractions and activities, including face painting, slime making, a waffle pops cart, a Hello Kitty ceramic painting station and two indoor slides with a ball pit. There was also a ramen bar and a milkshake station.
On Sunday, Kardashian greeted Chicago, whom she referred to as her “twin,” in an Instagram post with pictures of the two of them.
My twin. Happy 5th Birthday. I really can’t believe you’re 5! I’m so so proud to be your mom, it’s the best feeling in the entire world,” she wrote. “You are the cuddliest sweetest silliest most independent caring girl in the whole world and I just love you so much!”
While the family members of the reality TV star were mostly present at the party, as one report suggested, Ye, the American rapper formerly known as Kanye West, likely did not attend the party.
Kardashian and Ye, who share four children — Chicago, 9-year-old North, 7-year-old Saint and 3-year-old Psalm — finalized their divorce in November 2022.

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