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Kylie Jenner loves hosting events at her home and she welcomed her family into her house for Thanksgiving dinner this year!

Kylie Jenner was in the mood for celebration on Thanksgiving.

The shindig took place at the beauty mogul's Calabasas, California mansion, and included mom Kris Jenner, sisters Kendall, Kim, and Kourtney (who brought Reign and Penelope while Mason enjoyed a weekend with his dad, Scott Disick, in NYC), as well as brother Rob.

Tabloid culture is always hyper-focused on potential pregnancies, but with the one-two (three?) punch of Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner's rumored babies-to-be, it's been more hard to Keep Up with the celebrity news cycle than ever.

The table itself was set with candles, lots of white flowers, and pretty, vintage-inspired china, including plates emblazoned with the word "Thankful" in gold. Kylie's mum showed off her holiday deco via her Instagram stories also writing on the image, "Thanksgiving at Kylie's". For the dessert, the "Life of Kylie" star served pumpkin pie, Rice Krispie treats shaped in turkey and fall leaves, gingerbread, brownies, pretzel sticks, doughnuts and cake pops.

Anyway... Kylie shared moments from the day on Snapchat... and we can't blame her.

KYLIE Jenner is planning to take six months away from the spotlight and won't confirm her pregnancy until she gives birth. "She knows all the attention is on her and her baby bump, but she won't share until she wants to".

Kylie Jenner, 20, hosted Thanksgiving dinner for her famous family this week.

While there's no bad blood between Jennifer and Kim Kardashian, it appears that the socialite would want to distance herself from Lawrence in the hopes that the relationship J-Law has with Kris will eventually fade out and they won't be bothering her with their shenanigans anymore.

The source added that Jenner was keen on focusing on her happiness and health and had no plans of addressing the issues anytime soon.