It's not even Christmas yet, and Kris Jenner has her New Year's Eve date all lined up.
"Right now?" she laughed and shook her head when E! News asked who she'd be kissing at midnight to ring in 2014.
"I have a date, and her name is North," the Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch declared. "North West is my kiss."
But even if romance isn't in the cards this holiday season, Kris is loving getting ready for the holidays—a point she emphasized with a "liquid candy cane" toast, courtesy of Ciroc, at Mixology 101 in L.A.
First of all, the annual Kardashian-Jenner family Christmas party is going to be a major event as asual, featuring "the real Santa" and elves, among other festive touches.
"Santa has ways fo getting around, that's part of the magic," teased Kris, who recently shared a photo of the grand Christmas tree set up in her home's foyer.
But as for the one guest in particular we wanted to know about, a certain British boy-bander, Kendall Jenner's mom remained mum.
"I do not know who's coming to that party right now, but it'll be fun. Friends and family," she insisted when we asked if Harry Styles would be in attendance.
But after their big bash, Kris is looking forward to a more mellow New Year's Eve.
(Speaking of a drama-free holiday, Kris has teamed with Ciroc to promote the #CirocTheNewYear pledge—if 10,000 people take the pledge to not drink and drive by tweeting the hashtag, Sean "Diddy" Combs will share a special code at midnight good for $25 toward an Uber ride.)
"We're gonna just hang out and relax before the year starts," she told us. "I really love the week between Christmas and New Year's because it gives me a chance to recharge and do something. So we don't have a definite plan, but just gonna relax with the fam."
"When you have a tough decision to make and you finally make it, it's always a relief to come through that process, but it is a process, so we'll see," Kris said.
Asked what she wishes most for her family in 2014, the mother of six says that she's lucky to have kids who are pursuing their dreams and doing "what they're passionate about."
"And I just think, just as long as they're happy—I'm happy," she said.