The Kardashian clan is famous for its lavish spending habits, and now Kylie Jenner has birthed a new baby boy, it’s no surprise she’s already lavishing an extravagant selection of clothes, toys and top childcare teams on the infant.
Kylie, 24, who became billionaire thanks to the success of her cosmetics brand at the young age of 19, welcomed her second child with rapper Travis Scot, 30.
The make-up mogul who is also a mom to Stormi, four, is said to have allegedly spent over a million dollars on the new baby boy, who the couple have named Wolf.
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Sharing an intimate black and white snap of her hand holding the baby’s tiny wrists, Kylie announced Wolf’s birth to her 309 million Instagram followers with the caption ‘’2/2/22’’, prompting rumours that the baby must have been born on February 2nd. Although later, a Kris Jenner explained to the Ellen DeGeneres Show that 222 is in fact Kylie’s ‘angel number’: “A friend of her got her a necklace with that number and she was wearing it when she gave birth. It was so weird.”
Treating her friends to a glimpse of the luxuries the young billionaire was prepared to spend on her then un-born baby, Kylie staged a lavish jungle-themed baby shower party at her older sister Khloe’ Kardashian’s $38 million mansion.
Estimated to have cost around $204,000, the guests were greeted by ornate wooden giraffe sculptures, a forest of trees covered with roses and candles. A massage station provided the ultimate pampering experience, while the guests could expect to take home a luxury personalised giftset including cashmere blankets embroidered with their names.
Kylie also showed off her new $8000 Dior stroller and Tiffany & Co accessories. But these opulent gifts are the tip of the iceberg for baby Wolf.
In true Hollywood Royalty style, Wolf will have his own dedicated team of nannies and extra staff on 24- hour call to cater for his every need. His sister Stormi reportedly has four nannies to care for her, racking up a hefty bill of around $270,000 a year.
According to Closer, Kylie and Travis held X-Factor style auditions to select the perfect care-team for their son. The agreement will include confidentiality contracts worth around $13 million and 24/7 on call availability.
Not sparing any expense, the child will also have his own bodyguard, driver, masseuse, stylist and two specially trained baby nurses.
A source told Closer that Kylie is dedicated to “giving her kids the very best start in life.
“While she’s an extremely hands-on mom she’s also a busy career woman building an empire.
“Having ample staff for her son will mean she’s able to spend quality time with Stormi”.
In addition to the 8 strong entourage of nannies, insiders reveal Kylie has splashed out over half a million dollars on a bespoke nursery fit for a King, including a $34,000 crib by Lucite & Brass, hand-crafted furniture from Italian designer Frari and a further $27,000 on a mural personally commissioned from Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama.
The nursery also boasts a large playroom for the two youngsters where they can enjoy the use of their own 600-book library, a 34-foot cinema screen, popcorn machines, a massage station, a mini Reiki studio with surround sound and even three spa-pools heated to the perfect temperature for new-borns.