KYLIE Jenner showed off her new $5K Dior stroller, pushing her newborn son in a rare video.
Less rare, however, is her flaunting of wealth – according to fuming fans.
Kylie, 24, shared a new Instagram Story on Saturday casually strolling around her wealth.
In the silent footage, she wore tight nude-brown leggings with white sneakers while pushing her newborn.
The DIOR stroller – which has the brand's logo printed across its entirety – is "made in Italy" and costs $4.9K.
It includes "water-Repellent Canvas with Dior Oblique Print," per their website, and it's one of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum's MULTIPLE new strollers.
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Last month, the reality star showed off a custom Chrome Hearts stroller; all-black and covered in the company's Cemetery crosses logo.
Per her Instagram Story from the time, it was a "gift" from Kris Jenner, 66, and Kendall Jenner, 26.
It is not available for purchase appearing to be one of a kind.
While that price tag is unknown – a mere baby rattle from the brand costs $2K, and fans had thoughts on what this one may have cost.
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"We all need a $10,000 baby strollers- don't we? Kylie Jenner Got THE Fanciest Custom Stroller from Kendall and Kris," one user blasted to Twitter.
Other fans rattled off their thoughts over that purchase, especially as average strollers, like from Pottery Barn, are only $189.
"Kylie jenner has a f**king chrome hearts stroller?!" another fumed.
"Keep flaunting your wealth Kylie- that's the only thing you know how to do," bashed a third – sharing an image of the designer item.
'WHY NOT DONATE?'
Earlier this month the mom-of-two listed her $3.7K Louis Vuitton bag to the Kardashian Kloset website – where the famous family members all re-sell items but not for charity.
She revealed on Instagram Stories that she listed a variety of her old bags, including a rare Louis Vuitton piece of luggage for a whopping $4K.
Kylie also added a gold Bottega Veneta satchel for $1,395 and a Burberry fanny pack for $650, among other luxury offerings.
On the website, she was also selling two Hermès Birkins, with one priced at $65,000.
Earlier, someone called the pricetag "my annual salary."
One Instagram commenter wrote on the apparent lack of "donating" the funds: "Y’all have so much money. Why not donate these items? Or the proceeds to a good cause?"
Meanwhile, The Kardashians Hulu premiere on Thursday marked Kylie’s first red carpet event since she welcomed her second child with boyfriend Travis Scott, 30.
She also flaunted her BARE chest in a white low-cut blazer for her makeup line launch with Kendall last week, showing she's back in action.
Kylie- who also shares Stormi, 4, with the rapper- gave birth to their son on February 2, 2022.
Shortly after confirming her son's birth, Kylie took to her Instagram Story to reveal his name as Wolf.
Though they've since changed it to something unknown as she's since said the name "didn't feel like him."
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Kylie has not yet shared a photo of her son's face, though she was praised for posting a picture of the bottom of her baby's feet on her tummy.
Her stretch marks were visible in the photo, which led many fans to praise her for normalizing her postpartum body.
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