Kim Kardashian pulls out all the stops as she throws her children a Minion party

Kim Kardashian is known for throwing lavish parties to celebrate all kinds of events and now she’s done it again. The mum-of-four has held a Minions party for her children to see the new film, Minions: The Rise of Gru.

This is no regular children’s party because in true Kim Kardashian style, she pulled out all the stops to keep her children entertained throughout the day.

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The 41-year-old took to her Instagram stories to share a sneak peek inside the party to her 321M followers. 

In one of the snaps, Kim shows a room decorated with a huge balloon arch and multi-coloured tassels hanging from the ceiling.

In the centre of the arch is a fabulous four-tiered Minion cake with a figure of the film’s main character, Gru, on the top. Minion-themed cake pops and biscuits surrounded the incredible cake.

Kardashian goes on to walk down a hall which is full of balloons and multiple screens showing Minions dancing to music from the latest movie. Kim revealed, “I cannot wait to see it. I think I'm more excited”.

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Once outside, the SKIMS founder shows Minion-themed painting, Lego and slime stations. “How cute is this slime? Oh my gosh, so cute”, Kim said as she gave a tour of the different set-ups. 

Kim showed that a Minion pinata was hung outside. A Minion football table was in the garden with each traditional football player replaced by the dungarees-wearing characters. 

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Of course, it wouldn’t be a party without the characters themselves as some of the Minions, including Kevin and Bob, attended the party. There were even disco dancers on rollerskates putting on a show under disco balls.

The Keeping Up with The Kardashians star really goes all-out to create memories for her children, nine-year-old North, six-year-old Saint, four-year-old Chicago and three-year-old Psalm. Kim's sister Khloe Kardashian also shared clips from the party to her Instagram story with her four-year-old daughter True. 

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