Kylie Jenner put down a whopping $200,000 on a pony named Frozen for daughter Stormi because, why not?!
The horse hails from the Netherlands, is 17-years-old and will have to in quarantine for 14-days before it takes up residence in a barn near Jenner’s home in Calabasas, the Daily Mail reported.
“#ThrowbackThursday goes to the most famous pony of them all, Frozen. We got news he has landed in LA and is living the life with a sweet little girl named Stormi.”
“Her parents in true fashion, made sure their daughter had the most precious pony out there. We can’t wait to see pictures of Stormi and Frozen,” Breeder Stal Wilten wrote on an Instagram post on Thursday.
Wilten is house favorite among celebrities, having already shipped horses to Kaley Cuoco, Jessica Springsteen and Jennifer Gates, among others.
“Frozen will stay in quarantine for 14 days now so Stormi most likely doesn’t know he’s arrived yet. He’s a very famous pony for a very famous little girl,” an insider revealed to Daily Mail.
Most recently, the Forbes publication that once declared Jenner a billionaire revealed how she is not actually a billionaire.
Forbes released a report that blasted the beauty mogul, alleging she deceived them by forging multiple documents.
In the article, it was revealed how the Jenners began campaigning to get Kylie on the cover of Forbes back in 2016. At first, her team presented Forbes with tax returns proving her overwhelming wealth but Forbes became suspicious about the claims and decided not to report on them.
Forbes then concluded the article by stating how Kylie Jenner is in fact – not a billionaire but still very wealthy at a new estimated worth of $900 million.
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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