Kardashians splurge on pricey, tone-deaf Christmas

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In yet another tone-deaf display, the Kardashian family took to social media to show off the elaborate, extravagant and expensive gifts they got for each other.

While hospitals in Southern California are overwhelmed by the massive COVID-19 surge, and many of their neighbors and fellow Californians are in dire financial straits, the Kardashians went on social media to brag about their presents.

The kid with the biggest haul seems to be Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s daughter Stormi, who not only posed with a pink Prada purse but got her very own Cinderella carriage on Christmas morning, photos and video of which Kylie included in her Instagram Stories. Kylie also posted pics of $1,000 sneakers she bought for her sister Kendall Jenner before ending the Stories by shilling her skincare line.

The famous sisters all dressed to the nines for the holiday with Kim Kardashian decked out in a form-fitting plastic bustier and long skirt, Kylie in a red sparkling dress, Kendall in a black cocktail dress, Khloé Kardashian in thigh-high snakeskin boots and Kourtney Kardashian in a long skin-hued dress with black gloves.

Not present in the pics: Caitlyn Jenner or Kim’s husband Kanye West.

Meanwhile, Kourtney gave her son Reign creepy, life-sized horror dolls from “The Conjuring” and “Good Guys.”

While the family spent Christmas Eve together, they uncharacteristically didn’t pose for any shots together and refrained from posting pictures of presents in anything but their stories. The clan likely muted their Christmas posts in an attempt to stop more criticism. The family was shamed in October after Kim flew her inner circle to a private island for her 40th birthday amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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