Kim Kardashian shared an intimate Easter photo in which she posed in beautiful pajamas with all four of her children.

Kim Kardashian has been reminiscing about her Easter festivities. 

On Monday, the 41-year-old SKIMS CEO uploaded many photos from the annual holiday, which was held at the Kardashian/Jenner family house in Palm Springs, California this year. 

In one photo, the reality TV star was seen puckering up while lying with all four of her children, whom she shares with ex-husband Kanye West. 

They were all dressed in lovely cotton pajamas with yellow chicks and eggs on them. 

Kim was in the middle since she was surrounded by children. North is eight, Saint is six, Chicago is four, and Psalm is two. 

The child table inside the house could be seen in another photo. 

It was a modest table with around 16 children sat at it. Woven chargers, white plates, blue and white cloth napkins, silver flatware, crystal water glasses, and huge chocolate Easter eggs with daisies on top adorned the table. 

There was an apparatus to crack open the eggs over to the side. 

Wild grass and bouquets of pink and white flowers in a vase of brown and white eggs sat in the center of the table. 

Tall bubble gum machines loomed in the backdrop, while a service guy stood to the left of a buffet table. 

A row of gift baskets for the kids was also present. 

There was also momager Kris Jenner and all the grandkids: Kim has North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, in addition to the family - Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie. With ex Scott Disick, Kourtney has Mason, Penelope, and Reign. Khloe Kardashian has a daughter, True, with her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson. Kylie and Travis Scott have a daughter, Stormi, and a son, whose name has yet to be disclosed (though it was Wolf for a brief while). Rob also possesses Blac Chyna's Dream. 

The kids were also seen cracking up the chocolate eggs in other photos. 

Kim was also spotted with her sisters on Easter last week. Kanye West and Kim's boyfriend Pete Davidson of Saturday Night Live fame did not appear for Easter. 

This follows Kim's admission to Vanity Fair that she had calmed down. She admitted that she doesn't 'care as much' about appearing glamorous all of the time. 

The Kardashians star attributes her lack of concern for constantly looking put-together to her 'own personal evolution,' although she still enjoys experimenting with her appearance. 

'There's something tremendous and rejuvenating just in my own personal growth that I don't care as much about,' the celebrity told Vanity Fair. I believe I will always be myself, and I will always be outrageous when I want to be. And it doesn't matter if it's not other people's style around me...whether it's my high school pals or a relationship. 'I've always been me, no matter what.' 

Kim gushed about how much she enjoys 'feeling so comfortable' in her own skin, whether she's dressed up or down. 

'I just don't care as much,' she explained. I enjoy going without makeup. Whereas before, I would have felt insecure if I didn't wear makeup because it wasn't me. I'm like, "Are you kidding me?" now. In fact, it's the polar opposite. 

'It's really nice to be so at ease that you can simply be yourself and dress however you want.' Some days are fancy and glitzy, while others aren't. And that's all there is to it. 

The creator of SKIMS said that her desire to dress up would 'actually wreck my day.' 

'I used to care so much and get so irritated that it would actually destroy my day, and now I've come to the knowledge that it doesn't matter,' Kim added. Nobody cares, and all you have to do is let go...for example, if you want to wear something really casual with no makeup, it took me a minute to get there, but that's where I'm at.' 

Despite her change of heart, the former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star isn't a fan of 'festival style.' 'I don't really go for a festival look,' Kim explained. That's not my cup of tea. Depending on the weather and the event, I definitely have various style sensations when I visit different cities. However, I believe that when I go to a festival, I still want to be myself and not feel pressured.'

Source: DailyMail 

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