KARDASHIAN royalty went missing from the 2023 Met Gala, and some fans are demanding answers.
Kris Jenner (67), Kourtney Kardashian (44) and Khloe Kardashian (38) were absent from this year’s Met Gala.
The three Kardashian women are stuck at home while Kim Kardashian, 42, Kendall Jenner, 27, and Kylie Jenner, 25, strutted their stuff on the red carpet.
Even Kim and Kylie’s children – North West, 9, and Stormi Webster, 5 – were spotted ahead of the event.
Kim was styled by designer Daniel Roseberry in a tailored Schiaparelli haute couture outfit.
Kendall wore a tailored, sequined black jumpsuit by Marc Jacobs with a silver glitter collar and a Karl Lagerfeld vibe.
Kylie wore a red Jean Paul Gaultier dress with a thigh slit and a light blue contrast at the back.
With half the Kar Jenner family attending the event in such high profile, fans were left wondering what happened to the rest of the KUWTK crew.
WHERE IS MOM?
After the three Hulu reality stars were officially considered a no-show, fans and critics began speculating on Reddit.
One sarcastic reviewer wrote: “Surprisingly Kris isn’t there, she dresses like Karl every day.”
Another commented, “Anna gave everyone a shot last year and it clearly did NOT work out…”
One fan asked: “Where are Khloe & Kourtney? They killed at the Met last year, so I’m sure they were invited?”
To whom someone said, “Home, thank God.”
Another user replied, “Home thing, Khloe doesn’t care that much about the red carpet and Kourtney had her only chance and failed.”
EVERYTHING ABOUT THE GALA
The Met Gala is fashion’s biggest annual event, bringing together celebrities, athletes and designers.
The annual invitation-only fundraising event takes place on the first Monday of May and surprises guests with a new theme each year.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that the theme for 2023 will celebrate the work of the late German designer Karl Lagerfeld.
This theme will also mark the debut of the Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty exhibition at the museum.
Designer Karl Lagerfeld was born on September 10, 1953 in Hamburg, Germany.
His contribution to the fashion world started early. At 21 he won the International Wool Secretariat in the coats category.
This opened up more significant opportunities for Karl, including working at Pierre Balmain designing for films and dressing stars.
Karl worked full-time at Chloé from 1974 and served as Chanel’s creative designer for 36 years from 1983 until his death in 2019.