If you needed even more proof that Kylie Jenner is not like us mere mortals then we suggest you sit down and get comfortable.On Sunday, the 22-year-old shared a photograph of herself and her two-year-old-daughter, Stormi Webster, outside a Californian home.
‘My remedy for everything,’ she captioned the sweet photograph of her hugging her toddler, who is dressed in a pink short-sleeved dress.
The snap has also given us an insider’s look into Jenner’s laidback choice of homewear which, let’s be honest, couldn’t be further away from the mismatched, oversized, spaghetti sauce-stained pyjama combination we’re currently rocking during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the photograph, Jenner wears a pair of Dreamy Flat Louis Vuitton loafers, worth £1,580, and a sold-out silky Versace baroque robe which we’re estimating costs around £870, if this similar version is anything to go by.
This ‘outfit’ alone costs a whopping £2,450 and comes days after the beauty mogul shared a photograph of herself wearing a pair of Chrome Hearts Official orange jeans worth $15,000 (£11,822).We’ll just let that sit with you a second.
It appears lockdown has given Jenner ample opportunity to wear an array of comfy homewear including designs by her sister’s shapewear brand Skims and tracksuits by Dior and Chanel.
Jenner’s post comes days after she shared her fears for her daughter following George Floyd’s death and donated to several Black Lives Matter-focussed organisations to help fight racism.
The publication estimated that the beauty entrepreneur earned $590 million (£465 million) in the last 12 months – the majority of which derives from the majority stake sale of her Kylie Cosmetics line to Coty last year.
The news comes days after Forbes announced that, after reviewing data from the sale, the publication no longer believed Jenner was a billionaire, despite previously describing her as ‘self-made’ billionaire.