Kris Jenner shows off stunning entrance to new $37M mega-mansion as she hosts Martha Stewart & Khloe Kardashian
KRIS Jenner showed off the stunning entrance to her new $37M mansion while hosting Martha Stewart & her daughter Khloe Kardashian.
The momager moved into her mega-mansion in LA in November, which neighbors Khloe's new $37M abode.
Fans got a glimpse inside Kris' home when she hosted the designer, who shared photos on Instagram of the gathering.
Martha posted a group of them standing in front of the reality star's glass front doors along with other famed designers.
One of the doors was slightly ajar, showcasing her massive foyer and white walls inside the home.
She captioned the photo: "A fun visit at @krisjenner home in California," making sure to tag the others in the post.
Khloe, 37, shared a slew of other shots of the trio on her page, as they posed for selfies while touring the home's lavish interior.
They also took a snap in front of Kris' gorgeous white spiral staircase with a dark black railing.
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The model dressed casually for the meeting, wearing light blue jeans, a blue crop top, and her long blonde hair down.
Her mother donned a blue blazer, and gray silk pants with sneakers, while Martha opted for brown leggings and a matching brown sweater, and white sneakers.
The encounter was apparently a "surprise" for Khloe as she gushed over finally getting to meet her "icon," Martha.
She wrote in the caption: "My mom surprised me and we had lunch with the ICON, the QUEEN herself, @marthastewart48
Queen Martha has always been someone I have adored. She’s ambitious, motivated, kind, funny as hell, she’s bad a**! She is organized AF. She throws down in the kitchen. She loves landscaping. She loves animals, loves her CBD And she ain’t no snitch. This is my kind of Queen ♥️ 👑
All Hail 👑"
Both Khloe and Kris also left comments on Martha's post – Khloe commenting with a bunch of red heart emojis, while her mother added: "Best day EVER with the QUEEN!!! What a magical time with you beautiful Martha!!!! 😍😍😍"
The 80-year-old TV personality also reshared the photos in a separate post, mentioning that she got to walk through Khloe's next-door mansion as well.
She wrote: "Wow! House call to @krisjenner and daughter @khloekardashian their new homes are so beautiful, the gardens lush, and the hospitality outstanding We had fun talking business and peacocks!"
Kris, 66, officially moved into her multi-million dollar mansion last November, after numerous delays.
Photos revealed the KUWTK matriarch's finished property in the affluent neighborhood of Hidden Hills, complete with a huge pool and stunning, manicured grounds.
Boxes were seen inside Kris' new garage, as luxury cars parked outside ferried her belongings over.
The front porch boasts a neat lawn edged with intricate planting thanks to shrubs and large trees for privacy.
A long rectangular pool with wide steps leading in graces the backyard, which is finished with another neat lawn.
Kris' enormous home also sports a large outdoor kitchen for entertaining and a stylish terrace above it.
Meanwhile, Khloe will be residing right next door as she prepares to move into her adjacent home.
It was revealed back in April that the mother-daughter duo was building two homes side-by-side from one another.
Kris' home is the larger of the two, boasting 16,000 square feet while Khloe's is 10,000.
The neighborhood is also where Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian have homes – their main incentive for choosing the property.
Designed in a modern farmhouse style, they each boast 1.5 acres of land, according to Variety.
One of the houses boasts eight bedrooms, the outlet reported.
It also has an eight-car garage, covered patios, a guesthouse, movie theater, gym, lounge and an office.
The mansion was owned by construction magnate Ron Tutor – father of Million Dollar Listing star Tracy Tutor – and was once reportedly leased to Britney Spears.
Khloe sold her Calabasas mansion for $15.5 million last November, while Kris sold her Hidden Hills home for $15 million earlier that year in April.
MOVE IN DELAYED
The Good American founder, however, had taken a step back from planning her move in the wake of her ex Tristan Thompson's love child scandal.
Back in January, the former couple was expected to move into the home with their three-year-old daughter True, until it came to light that the NBA star fathered his third child with fitness trainer Maralee Nichols.
She then "tore up the plans" that she made with him, halting the months-long preparation.
A source exclusively told The Sun that Khloe is "delaying moving into the new house, next door to Kris – she was supposed to have moved in there by now."
"But [she] is redoing things and tearing up the old plans she did with Tristan – because she just can't face being in this big huge mansion all by herself.
The source added: "This was supposed to be the family home – and they were supposed to have baby [number] two by now. Instead, he has Baby number three with a stranger and she's all alone."
According to the source, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum is "beyond devastated" as her mega mansion was intended for her life with Tristan, 30.
"They have been desperate for the second baby, and she's been through so much to try to get it – so to [be] faced with this is a living nightmare for her."
"The only reason she's still moving in is because it's next door to Kris and she can't just sell it to someone else."
The source added that Khloe is now specifically redoing parts of the home that were planned for her and Tristan's life together.
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