The Kardashian Kids Live An Insanely Lavish Life

The Kardashian Kids Live An Insanely Lavish Life

We all know the Kardashians​ live the sweet
life, and they’re more than happy to share the wealth with the next generation of mini
celebs and trendsetters. But if you think you’ve been Keeping Up, wait
’til you see the kind of luxury those Kardashian kids are playing with. While many people throw parties for their
babies when they turn 1, a smash cake is probably as fancy as things are going to get. Of course, most 1-year-olds aren’t Stormi
Webster. We just knew that Kylie Jenner was going to
give her firstborn a lavish celebration, but no one expected she would build her baby her
own theme park called Stormi World. It seems the new mom couldn’t help herself
when it came to celebrating her little one’s first year of life. “I said something to her, I was like, you
know she’s one… I dunno if she’s gonna remember this.” “She was like I really don’t care. I really wanna do it.” The doting mother admitted the obvious, posting
on Instagram, “I had to go all out for my baby.” “Louis Vuitton.” “Vuitton.” “Vuitton?” A Louis Vuitton handbag is a luxury many people
only wish they could afford. With even the brand’s lower end bags coming
in at more than $1,000, anything from the line is a legit investment. But if you’re a Kardashian, you use these
bags as stocking stuffers. “My mom gave these to me and Kendall when
we were like super babies, so I’m definitely gonna give this to Stormi.” Kim Kardashian posted a pic of eight Louis
Vuitton Speedy Mini bags to her Insta story, writing, “I got these for all of the baby girls in
the fam for Xmas from Japan.” Similar handbags are listed on the brand’s
site at $1,100 a pop, so Kim’s Christmas gifts set her back nearly $10,000. Oh yeah, and that stuffed animal throne Stormi’s
sitting on as she’s handed her bag? According to People, it could be clocking
in around $25,000. Most kids dream of being given a car by their
parents when they turn 16. But Kim’s daughter Chicago didn’t have to
wait that long for her first set of snazzy wheels. Kim posted in January 2019, “Look what Kourtney got Chicago for her first
birthday!” The mini yellow electric Mercedes was a downsized
version of the one Kanye West gave to Kim, so Chicago and her mom will be twinning behind
the wheel. But Chicago isn’t the only one with her own
luxury ride. Her cousin, Dream Kardashian, was gifted a
pink Mercedes for her first birthday by her dad, Rob Kardashian, in 2017. And there are also quite a few mini Bentleys
in the family. “Go mama… do you like it?” Khloe’s little girl, True Thompson, has not
just one but two toy Bentleys. In December 2018, the then-8-month-old received
a sparkly pink Bentley for the holidays. And she was given her first four months earlier
by family friend Kimora Lee Simmons, who also gifted identical cars to Stormi and Chicago. …Perfect for when Stormi gets sick of riding
in her $12,000 Fendi stroller. Throwing a big bash for your kid’s second
birthday is one thing. But shutting down an entire section of one
of the biggest theme parks in the world to do it, is straight up over the top. It’s unclear how much it costs to shut down
even just part of Disneyland, but considering that it gets roughly 44,000 visitors per day,
we’re gonna guess it’s a lot. The extravaganza was a step up from North’s
first birthday party, an outdoor festival her parents called Kidchella. For that bash, Kim and Kanye kept things low-key
by having a Ferris wheel set up in their backyard. A Kardashian kid is no doubt living in the
lap of luxury from day one. “They need the Nook mattress, I just need
to make sure if it’s organic.” Of course, Kim went all out when setting up
the nursery for her kids. One of the most expensive items found in North’s
nursery was a crib that cost nearly $4,000. According to Yahoo, the pricey Nursery Works
Vetro Crib is identical to the one Beyoncé and Jay Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy, slept in. Kim ended up handing down the same crib to
her other kids, but the luxurious nursery details don’t stop there. There was a $1,900 bassinet, a $575 rocker,
a $1,495 glider, and a Calvin Klein rug that is priced between $1,599 and over $5,000. Kim wrote on her app, “I love having functional pieces, like a glider,
mixed in with really unique pieces, like a vintage Royère bed.” Considering that bed can cost between $75,000
and $85,000, “unique” is an understatement. Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more List videos about your favorite
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  • Shauntay Paterson says:

    They lucky

  • Jennifer Lopez Santiesteban says:

    The word “lavish” is so satisfying 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • Karelyn Fuentes says:

    They are beautiful kind and sweet family and lucky!!!!!😀😀😀😀😁😁😁🤗🤗🤗😘😘😘😘🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩

  • Carvel Butta says:

    A lyfe🤷🏾‍♂️

  • bluegreen13 says:

    Just what the world needs more spoiled, self-centered, materialistic people. Money wasted.

  • Chicken feet Babe says:


  • writerdirect says:

    its obscene; people dont have enough to eat; and they jerk off throwing million dollar parties for one year olds; when the one year old would be just as happy with cake ice cream hamburgers etc games and their friends; this is wrong wrong wrong wrong; how horrible and what horrible values to teach a child; the chair is 25,000 ; that could save a family from ruin how awful

  • Anya Stevens says:

    Little monsters in the making..

  • Veilfire says:

    Oh lord, I can only imagine how spoiled and entitled they will be at 16…

  • Lavern Scott says:

    Ya some people have it all and poor little kids out there dont even know the name of a play toy and these kids geting these valueable toys which they dont even understand how expensive they are but is theway they grow these young kids in mateiral stuff am not saying they should not have nice stuff but they taking it over board grow them .up let they know jesus that when they get old they would never depart from it material things will fade. Away but jesus is here to stay

  • The List says:

    If you could be a Kardashian, would you?

  • Quinn's Harmony's Beheld Service Entertainment says:

    What is A Dynasty

  • Unknown 123 says:

    They do spend a lot of money on their kids but who wouldn’t if they have this much money🤷🏽‍♂️. They do a lot of charity work as well like Kourtney donating toys for kids and Kylie helping the smile charity.

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  • nobody's fool says:

    Woah! I can’t imagine having so much $$…

  • Taylor_ Vancouver23 says:

    You know I know it’s their money and they should be able to do whatever they want, but I have never ever heard or seen them donate to anything. If I had their money, I would have built so many animals rescue places in this world and helped ppl. I highly doubt any of those babes will be any different then this parents!😒🙄and yes before anyone goes off on me I realize ppl don’t always announce when they do charity work, but I still highly doubt that these ppl do charity work where they donate their own money, they just try to get richer and richer!

  • Dr. Sharpley says:

    Wonderful and they deserve all they have to spend however they want to spend it is good with me. They earned it. They are not responsible for poor people. God is.

  • Lorna B says:

    The Kardashian’s are beautiful, kind and smart!

  • Chrystal Tennyson says:

    smh More power to U

  • Judy Ivie says:

    Kim and her brood don't hold up to that of the sweetest jenner thompson fam!

  • Josephine Coale says:

    These lavish birthday party's why don't they donate it to kids that are starving in the world how sad

  • Margaret andrade says:

    They have more money than brains! That’s for sure. It’s a sin the day the least!

  • chauncei leigh says:

    Cute kids, silly parents.

  • Crystal Roberts says:

    True is the cutest

  • Linda Marhelski says:

    I love the show and they work hard for all that they buy and all the children are beautiful and handsome

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