Travis Scott Got Stormi a Giant Personalized Princess Carriage for Christmas

Hilary Weaver
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Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram
Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram


Stormi Webster definitely did pretty well for herself this Christmas. She received a giant princess carriage, which was reportedly a gift from her dad, Travis Scott. And when I say giant princess carriage, I mean GIANT. PRINCESS. CARRIAGE. This thing would make Cinderella envious.

Here's a video of the new ride, courtesy of Kylie Jenner:

The photo of the carriage, which features Stormi's name in Disney font, came complete with princess outfits.

Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram
Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram

Here's Princess Stormi, surveying her kingdom from her new wheels.

Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram
Photo credit: Kylie Jenner - Instagram

Yesterday wasn't just a day for Stormi, who turns 3 in February, to enjoy. Kylie dressed up in a sparkly red dress with long sleeves and matching sparkly heels. "mrs.claus鈾ワ笍 ," she captioned the photo.

She dressed Stormi in a matching outfit (featuring white sneakers).

Kylie's sister Kim Kardashian also shared photos from the day, when the family gathered at Kourtney Kardashian's house for Christmas. "Christmas at Kourtney鈥檚 馃巹鉂わ笍馃挌馃巹," she captioned a photo of her group, and of her dress that has Grinch/Hulk/Ninja Turtles vibes all rolled into one.

"Merry Christmas from The Grinch 馃挌 and Santa 鉂わ笍," she wrote alongside a photo with Kylie.

"Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night! 馃巹A special thanks to @danielroseberry @schiaparelli for my amazing gown that made me feel festive this year even though our Christmas Eve party was cancelled," she also posted. "It was perfect to dress up and celebrate w just the fam this year. I hope everyone had a healthy and happy holiday 鉂わ笍馃挌."

While many families in America are separated from their loved ones because of the pandemic this year, the Kardashians have kept up their normal holiday traditions, if scaled back a bit. They had a family Thanksgiving, then went to Lake Tahoe shortly after. They did, however, cancel their annual Christmas Eve party because of the current high rates of COVID cases.

The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA," Khlo茅 Kasrdashian tweeted on December 6. "So we decided that we鈥檙e not doing a Christmas Eve party this year. It's the first time we will not be having a Christmas Eve party since 1978, I believe. Health and safety first though! Taking this pandemic seriously is a must."

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