Kylie Jenner gifted vintage Rolls Royce for her 21st Birthday

Love them or hate them, you cannot deny that the Kardashian sisters know a thing or two about style. This is especially true when it comes to their impressive convoy of cars. Renowned for travelling in the most lavish or vehicles, the sisters’ fleet comprises of some of the finest, luxury car brands ever made. And, it’s always growing.  

Just this week, Kylie Jenner, the youngest members of the celeb clan, celebrated her 21st birthday. Receiving gifts and messages from just about everyone in the world, the make-up entrepreneur will no doubt have a favourite gift; the vintage Rolls Royce. Gifted to her by boyfriend and father to their daughter, Travis Scott, the rapper certainly did well on the present front.  

“A blessed birthday” 

Kylie wrote, “a blessed birthday, so grateful..” alongside the picture of the vehicle, sending her millions of followers into a slight liking frenzy.  

But, this is not the first car that Travis Scott has bought the soon-to-be Billionaire. In what was branded a ‘push present’, he presented the 21-tear-old reality star with a Ferrari following the birth of their first child, Stormi. Costing a whopping $1.4 million, we can only imagine what this luxury Rolls Royce set the rapper back by.  

Wanting to give his ‘beau’ the best birthday possible, the ‘Astroworld’ rapper wrote the following on social media: 

“Happy bday wifey I love u mommy u my heart rib toes and all. May God continue to bless u and ur spirit. This mark in ur life is the start to more greatness.” 

Thought to be from the 1950’s, the car is incredibly rare and undeniably beautiful. Coming adorned with a large red bow, could there be a more perfect birthday gift?  

In addition to the vehicle, Jenner’s flame also filled her garden with Instagrammable red roses. Her Momanager, the famous Kris Jenner, was also incredibly generous. Giving her daughter a set of Betty Boop Louis Luton luggage, it’s fair to say that the make-up tycoon was well and truly spoilt.  

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