KIM Kardashian is a successful businesswoman, entrepreneur and lawyer-in-training. But she's apparently no match for an Elf on a Shelf.

In an Instagram video taken by daughter North, a group of Santa's little spies have taken over a countertop in Kim's home, and are throwing one heck of a party!


One elf can be seen hanging upside down from the top, another is rocking out next to the boom box speakers and glowing disco balls, a third is flashing a dollar bill around, all while Jingle Bell Rock is blaring in the background.

Confetti and small candies litter the area.

"Oh my gosh," North can be heard narrating. "What did the elves do? They're in a dance party?"

There are also cups filled with cocoa for each of Kim's kids: North, Chicago, Psalm and Saint. Plus another cup that looks to be for North's BFF, Ryan Romulus.

"They made some hot chocolate for us? Oh my gosh," North marveled. "They made a mess, they had a party. They had a big party!"

Maybe the next party will include Kim's new love, Pete Davidson.

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Although the SNL funnyman was nowhere to be seen during the Elves wild night, word is he is getting ready to finally meet Kim's kids.

MEET THE KIDS

In fact, Kim plans to introduce her kids to her new boyfriend at her mom Kris Jenner's annual Christmas Eve party, The Sun can report.

The reality mogul shares her four kids, daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 3, as well as sons Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2, with ex Kanye.

An insider exclusively told The Sun: "He hasn't met her kids yet, as Kim didn't want to move too fast when introducing a new man into their lives. She wanted to protect them, and he respects that. 

"But things are heating up, and she wants him to be there over Christmas.

"The party would be an easy way to have him around without it being too complicated for the kids."

The source said Kim, 41, is still keen to keep her romance under wraps from her children, and plans not to flaunt her relationship at the party.

PARTY FOUL

But the new couple could be setting themselves up for an awkward moment, especially if Kanye decides to show up.

A source exclusively told The Sun: "Kim and Pete are looking forward to spending time together over Christmas and New Year, they've been having so much fun. 

"(Pete) has been invited to Kris' annual Christmas Eve party, but is reluctant to go and nervous because he knows how much the family loves Kanye – and how hard he's finding the split.

"Kanye has also been invited, and has made it known he wants Kim back and for them to work on their marriage. Nobody knows if he's definitely going to show yet."

The insider added: "Pete doesn't want to get in the middle of things but he also wants to spend time with Kim and the family, they all adore him." 

Pete is reportedly in Los Angeles, and was seen driving Kim's Rolls Royce as he shopped at Beverly Hills jewelry store XIV Karats on Tuesday, after being pictured enjoying breakfast with the star at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

The pair looked like they just woken up, as Kim tied her hair back and sported a casual hoodie and black face mask.

Meanwhile, Pete, 28, kept things simple in a black T-shirt and placed his blue face mask below his chin during the meal.

PETE'S L.A. ADVENTURE

The comic visited her in Beverly Hills following their romantic weekend in NYC.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum was seen leaving Pete's New York home on Monday afternoon after spending an entire weekend together.




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