It’s no secret that the Kardashians are known to publicly enjoy their lavish lifestyles.
But is it going too far when the littlest members of the reality star’s family are seen to be lapping up such luxurious lifestyles as well?
Well according to many Instagram users, the clear answer is yes after loads of negative comments flooded Khloe Kardashian’s Insta page following a recent post featuring 14-month-old daughter True.
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Posting a video of her baby girl sitting in a sparkly pink toy Bentley car with the accompanying caption, “I have so much fun with her”, Khloe, 35, has been widely criticised for “spoiling” her daughter.
“So sad to see such a young beautiful girl being spoiled by such a frivolous rich woman,” one commenter wrote.
Another added: “You guys are so oblivious to how your excessive spending looks to the outside world… you spend all this money on worthless materialism,” wrote the disgruntled fan.
“You know this is not a real Bentley?”
Well, that was enough for Khloe, who replied, reminding the commenter that it’s not actually a real Bently.
“Ummm you know this is not a real Bentley? It’s a toy. No reason to be sad over a baby in a toy car. Either way, I’m sorry you feel that way but I hope you have a great weekend! Focus on things that make you happy! Smile.”
The poster then thanked Khloe for her reply and, in a less critical tone, pointed out how influential Khloe is to the public.
Khloe also went on to say:
“I appreciate this message more than your first … I’m able to digest what you have to say because of how you stated it.”
“I’m not here to prove what I do or don’t do. But what I can say is that I’m able to look myself in the mirror and sleep well at night… Yes, I do choose to spoil my daughter. I want to spoil her with love and as well with material items. She will also be raised with values, responsibilities, chores, respect, self-love.”
So is it too much too soon, or just a doting mum harmlessly spoiling her daughter like many of us choose to do within our own means?
Like with a lot of parenting issues, we’ll all have our own personal views.
But no doubt the most important thing is the happiness, healthiness and wellbeing of our children.