Kylie Jenner is keeping a number of handbags for her baby daughter Stormi to use when she's older.
Kylie Jenner has a stash of designer bags she's keeping for her daughter Stormi.
The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has a whole room dedicated to storing and displaying her lavish handbags and purses and she has admitted there are few lovely miniature pieces that she's keeping back for when her six-month-old daughter is bigger.
Speaking in a video clip uploaded to her YouTube account, the brunette beauty picked up a pink mini Hermès Kelly bag - worth $27,000 - and said: ''Kourtney gave me this, which I think is super cute. I was really surprised because I feel like Kourtney never really cares about Christmas gifts so when she gave me this last year, it was really special. This one I'm definitely gonna let Stormi wear, probably, when she says, 'Mommy, I want to carry a purse.' So this is probably going to be her first purse.''
The 21-year-old businesswoman then dropped down a shelf level and picked up a Louis Vuitton bag and said: ''Another purse that's really special to me, well two purses. My mom gave these to me and Kendall [her older sister] when we were like super babies. So I'm definitely going to give this to Stormi.''
And it's not just her handbag collection Stormi will get her hands on in the future as Kylie has admitted she wants the youngster to run her Kylie Cosmetics empire.
She explained: ''Maybe one day [I'll] pass this on to Stormi, if she's into it.''
Kylie launched her makeup company, which specialises in lipstick and lip liner 'lip kits', two years ago and in that time it has gone on to sell $630 million worth of products.
She created the business herself, using $250,000 of her own earnings from modelling jobs to pay an outside company to produce the first 15,000 lip kits and things grew and grew from there, making her business worth an estimated $800 million now.
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