KYLIE Jenner has shown off her newborn son's $500 Dior outfit after the reality star family has been slammed for their over-the-top and seemingly "wasteful" Easter celebration.
Kylie, 24, has shared what was inside the special white box in an Instagram Story
In the photo, the rectangular box was marked "Dior" in big yellow letters.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum picked out the two pieces of apparel that were inside the box.
The 1987 Dior shirt had splashes of white and white colors on the front.
The shirt is expected from the upcoming fall/winter collection and is estimated at around $215.
The 1967 Dior "baby shorts" – made up of "ivory cotton fleece" – is expected to cost about $270.
The baby clothing also came with a special note attached.
The message stated: "Dear Travis and Kylie.
"Congratulations. With love."
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Kylie captioned the post: "So cute," along with a white heart emoji.
Kylie and her baby daddy, Travis Scott, 30, welcomed their second child back in February.
The couple also shares their four-year-old daughter Stormi Webster.
Back in March, the duo announced that they had changed their son's name from Wolf to something else.
The two claimed the name Wolf did not fit him.
Kylie wrote: "For your information, our sons' name isn't Wolf anymore. We just really didn't feel like it was him.
"Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere."
The TV star has shared a number of the baby's photos on her Instagram feed.
THE EASTER PARTY
Recently, Kylie's mother, Kris Jenner, 66, celebrated Easter at her $12M Palm Springs home.
The Easter festivities included baskets full of chocolate treats, Easter Bunny figurines, and a gumball machine reserved for each one of Kris' grandchildren.
The Kardashians went to great lengths to create a one-of-a-kind Easter event for the kids, which included activities like egg painting and egg hunting.
KUWTK fans headed on over to Reddit and jumped to the comments sections after they saw the lavish photos.
One critic said: "I always wonder how much of that stuff actually gets eaten and how much lands in the bin."
Another critic wrote: "I hope they let the staff get the leftovers or they donate them.
"The Kardashians aren’t known for being generous or giving back so who knows?"
A third critic wrote: "Everything is so gorgeous but there’s no way they eat all of that junk and sugar."
A fourth person chimed in: "It’s the extravagance of it all for me," while another added, "So wasteful."
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