Kardashian fans slam Kim’s ‘outrageous’ $70,000 playhouse space for her kids after backlash for ‘displaying wealth’
KARDASHIAN critics have slammed Kim’s extravagant playground she built for her kids.
The reality star created what’s been dubbed “Lil Hidden Hills,” a kid-friendly town in the backyard of her $60 million Calabasas mansion.
The Lil Hidden Hills sign welcomes children through an arch at the village entrance flanked by the pink KKW Beauty Shop and a man-made watchtower.
Visitors can enjoy a 1950’s-style blue restaurant called the “West Diner”, a grocery store, a florist, a Starbucks, an ATM, and two-story cottages.
There is also a colorful Lego castle adorned with two slides and two towers perfect for the kids to climb on.
As if that wasn’t enough, there’s also a bright pink candy castle with a sprinkles cupcake topping.
To really give the village a realistic feel, there are even mini street lamps and a makeshift main street.
The village was designed by Lilliput Play Homes and prices range from $590 to $18,000.
The mini diner alone is $8,999 on the website.
A TikTok video of a fan talking about Kim’s mini-town was shared with a Kardashian Reddit thread where critics spoke about the setup.
One shocked Redditor wrote, “omg 7k for a playhouse that’s outrageous,” while another replied, “it’s just outrageous for people who can’t afford it hanging around the houses.”
Another typed: “From the website the playhouses seem to be of really good quality and they are made of wood and they are really big. Not that I can afford it, but I think $7000 is a reasonable price.
“If I were a rich parent, I would definitely get a playhouse for my kids,” they concluded.
“Can I live there?? Nicer than my apartment,” joked another.
One person admitted, “This would be so much fun as a little kid.”
It’s not the first time Kim has shocked viewers with her lavish spending.
During the holidays, Kim revealed some of her over-the-top custom Christmas decorations, including personalized gingerbread houses and lavish advent calendars.
The edible houses came from The Solvang Bakery and were extremely expensive.
Some of the “mansions” Kim showed off in her $60 million home can go for as much as $1,450.
The small “cottages” cost between 225 and 275 US dollars each.
North also shared a Christmas TikTok that showed off her tree, which contained decorations that looked like rolled bundles of $100 bills and sealed stacks of the same currency.
Other examples of the Hulu star flaunting her wealth came last May when she celebrated her youngest child’s third birthday with a fancy Hulk-themed party.
As a tribute to her little boy’s special day on Monday, Kim shared a snap of the tot wearing a giant emerald necklace to her Instagram Stories.
The image focused on Psalm’s new neckwear, which featured a giant studded letter ‘P’, initialing the little one’s unique first name.
According to Ajay Anand, CEO of Rare Carat Diamond Marketplace, price was not an issue for the SKIMS founder as the piece is reportedly worth $200,000.
The jewelry designer exclusively told The Sun that the beauty appeared to contain “over 40 carats of emeralds” with square and rectangular cuts.
The former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star isn’t shy about flaunting her expensive transportation for herself and her kids.
Kim often travels in her own luxury plane.
It made headlines when Kim turned 40 and used it to take her loved ones and loved ones to a private island in French Polynesia for her birthday week.
The giant private plane has resurfaced – it has been announced that it will be hired out and taken to the skies for more than $25,000 an hour.
The 88-seat jet not only has a well-stocked bar, but also a restaurant-like lounge.
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