So sweet! Kanye West threw his adoring wife, Kim Kardashian, an elaborate surprise birthday party on Oct. 21. And it was just what she needed during this difficult time in her life. But poor Khloe missed it, no doubt because it was so important for her to stay by ailing Lamar Odom’s side.
Kanye West, 38, is so romantic! He gathered Kim Kardashian‘s closest friends and family for a surprise 35th birthday party on Wednesday, Oct. 21, where they watched a special screening of the movie Romeo & Juliet. Khloe Kardashian skipped the party, but she obviously had a good reason for missing the special occasion — her husband, Lamar Odom, is still recovering from his reported drug overdose.
“Kanye’s such a romantic. He threw Kim an intimate surprise party. He simply wanted to make this day extra special for her, as she’s been dealing with so much this week, mainly stuff involving Lamar and Khloe. She’s been overwhelmed and stressed to the max worrying about Lamar’s well being, as well as lending her emotional support to Khloe. Kim was getting really flustered with everything that was on her plate, so Kanye wanted to do something for her that was simple, elegant, relaxing, and family oriented,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Kris Jenner and her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie, Tyga, and Caitlyn Jenner also attended the party, which was first reported by Us Weekly. “All the gifts were wrapped in black and white,” a source told the site. And as soon as Kim, who wore beige to the party, entered the venue, all the guests allegedly started singing “Happy Birthday.” We’re sure it was a moment Kim will never forget! Inside, guests reportedly ate churros and took photos in front of a white flower-covered wall, which sounds a lot like the one Kim and Kanye had at their May 2014 wedding. So sweet!
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray