The Kardashian/Jenner clan all gathered for Thanksgiving, and no family member was left uninvited, despite the recently reported conflicts.
More: French Montana’s pic with Kourtney Kardashian takes aim at Scott Disick
Thanks to a gorgeous family photo posted by Kylie Jenner, we got a glimpse inside the family meal that included not only a smiling Caitlyn and Kris Jenner, but also Kris’ new boyfriend, Corey Gamble.
Kylie and Tyga also posed together, looking happy despite rumors of a breakup just days before the holiday. Kylie made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday and revealed that she was still with Tyga despite the drama.
Maybe most surprising of all was Scott Disick’s appearance at the event. He was recently released from rehab after a rocky end with his relationship to Kourtney. But the two were spotted spending time together on Wednesday, and she apparently invited him to attend Thursday’s festivities, further fueling rumors that these two could be making an attempt at reconciliation.
Aside from the surprising couple pairings, Kim and Kanye posed lovingly with daughter North West. Mom planted a sweet kiss on her little girl’s cheek for the photo. Kourtney’s three children also got in on the photo fun, each being cradled by a different family member.
Khloé played hostess this year, despite almost having to cancel because of a staph infection that has kept her under the weather as of late.
But she didn’t just pull it off; she pulled it off with some serious style, of course.
She explained on her Instagram, “After our family Thanksgiving dinner is over, I invite friends to join, especially friends who don’t have family around. So we have a family Thanksgiving, a friends Thanksgiving, and this year I will also be having a hospital Thanksgiving.”
“Thanksgiving is a time to gather around loved ones,” she continued. “Whether they are blood or bond…to be grateful for all that we have been so abundantly blessed with and also to spare a few thoughts and prayers for those not so lucky. No matter where you are in life you can always find something to be thankful for.”