The Kardashians enjoyed an all-girl Christmas party with their family friend Shelli Azoff last night (03.12.14).

The Kardashian trio, Kim Kardashian West and her sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, were joined by their half-sister Kendall Jenner and mother Kris Jenner at the annual festive bash, and pregnant Kourtney got very much into the spirit of things by dressing in a red onesie complete with Santa hat.

Kim posted on Instagram: ''Another fun annual all girls party! (sic)''

Khloe showed off her ample assets for the occasion in a plunging little black dress and took to her Instagram account to post several photographs from the event but admitted the Kardashian clan were missing their half-sister Kylie Jenner and brother Rob Kardashian.

In a message attached to a picture of her, Kendall, Kim and Kourtney, she wrote: ''Pure love. Just missing @kyliejenner @robkardashian (sic)''

In another picture, in which she cheekily put two fingers up to the camera showing off her bright yellow nail varnish, she wrote the caption: ''Auntie Shelli's girls party (sic)''

Kim, 35, also shared a number of snaps of the female fun on her social networking site and also posted a picture of her best pal Alison Statter at the festive bash, and jokingly encouraged her 26.1 million Twitter followers to ''annoy'' the blonde because she ''doesn't like the attention''.

She wrote: ''Go follow my best friend @alistatter she won't even let me follow her bc she doesn't like the attention! Go annoy her (sic)''

Kendall and Kim both looked stunning as they enjoyed some premature festive fun in white outfits.

The Kardashians have known Shelli - who is married to music manager Irving Azoff, who has represented Kim's husband Kanye West in the past - since they were kids, and the longtime family friend gave an emotional pre-wedding speech in Paris ahead of Kim's nuptials in May.

She said: ''There are things that I look for in people. And the big thing for me is heart, loyalty and most of all, character. Kim possesses all of those.

''Kim was destined, always, to be who she is today. From when, at eight years old she was trying on my diamond rings.''