Kylie Jenner is arguably the most extravagant member of the Kardashian-Jenner family; so much so that the social media star finds herself in the news every so often for her lavish vacations, private jet selfies, multi-million-dollar homes, and a closet full of valuable Birkin bags. And just when you thought you had seen enough of her profligacy, Kylie surprised us all by dropping $200,000 on a pony for her daughter, Stormi.
We never thought we’d be envious of a 2-year-old, but young Stormi seems to be living her best life; after all, her mother is the youngest billionaire in the world — well, almost.
The 22-year-old lost her billionaire status after Forbes, the same publication that gave her the title in the first place, revealed in an explosive article that Jenner had strung a web of lies to convince the world that her makeup empire was worth more than it really was. But billionaire or not, Kylie has a boat-load of cash and she isn’t afraid to show it off.
Ever since the birth of her daughter, Stormi, Kylie has lavished her with presents only she could afford. From an Astroworld-inspired birthday to designer purses and diamond jewelry, the young mum doesn’t cut corners when it comes to spending on her bundle of joy.
In true Kylie Jenner fashion, the makeup mogul dropped a cool $200,000 on a present for Stormi’s second birthday and even spent an extra $10,000 to have it flown from the Netherlands to California. The gift in question was a 17-year-old gray gelding, which was named after Stormi’s favorite Disney character.
The news was confirmed by Stal Wilten, a celebrity breeder, who posted a photo of the pony named ‘Frozen’ with a caption announcing that the horse was now united with its new owner in Los Angeles. Wilen even went on to reveal that it was actually Stormi who now owned Frozen, thanks to her mother.
The post also hinted towards Travis Scott’s participation in picking out the gift although the rapper has yet to make an official statement about it. Much like Wilten, we can’t wait to see Stormi playing with her new pony on Kylie’s Instagram.
However, the 2-year-old will have to wait for a couple of weeks before being introduced to Frozen due to the mandatory quarantine period to make sure that the horse is not infected with the coronavirus.
Stormi still has tough competition from her cousin North, who apparently owns 14 Freesian horses at their family ranch in Wyoming.
Meet North’s Freesian horse. We have 14 gorgeous Freesians on the ranch. pic.twitter.com/TO87I25YKJ
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) June 29, 2020