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Khloe Kardashian's name spelt wrong on family Xmas card in humiliating blunder


Khloe Kardashian’s name was spelled incorrectly on a traditional Kardashian Christmas card in an embarrassing error for the fame hungry family.

The Kardashians are well known for producing over the top festive photographs every year to celebrate the Christmas season.

However, the 2020 edition of the official card was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Late on Christmas Eve, Kim Kardashian decided to take a walk down memory lane to review some of the many festive cards she had been involved in over the decades – and fill the void left by there being no 2020 card.



Kim Kardashian took fans for a walk down Christmas Card lane on Christmas Eve

However, while revisiting old photographs, Kim stumbled across a humiliating error in the spelling of the name of her 36-year-old sister, Khloe.

Taking to Instagram Stories, Kim began her review with a disclaimer.

She wrote: “Since we didn’t do a Christmas Card this year I thought I would flashback to some” alongside green and red heart emojis.



An old Christmas card included an embarrassing typo

She continued: “I hope everyone has a happy and healthy holiday”.

However, when she looked back at one of the vintage photos in her collection, Kim was embarrassed to see Khloe’s name had been spelled “Khole” on the card.

Highlighting the error, the reality star wrote: “Khloe’s name spelled wrong wtf.”

The image showed Kim as a child along with her sister Khloe and Kourtney and their younger brother Rob.

The siblings were photographed surrounding their late father, Robert Kardashian – who sadly passed away in 2003 aged 59, following a battle with cancer.



Kim also reminded fans of her dead cat, Mercy

Among a more recent photo from Christmas, Kim pointed out her beloved kitten Mercy hidden among the family.

She circled the animal and wrote: “Who remembers my cat Mercy??”

Sadly Mercy was put down in 2012 after suffering from a cancer-like virus.





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