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Kylie Jenner seemingly has it all. The 23 year old is founder of a very successful cosmetics business, has near to a billion dollars in her bank and the cutest daughter we’ve ever seen.
However, there is one thing that the star doesn’t have and people on social media have definitely noticed.
The makeup mogul lives in a sprawling house in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, which cost her a whopping $36 million back, which is £26.5 million, back in April 2020.
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Over the weekend the star gave her 210.6 million Instagram followers a peek inside her lavish marble bathroom, and shower.
And eagle-eyed fans were quick to spy that the water pressure wasn’t quite as luxurious as her lifestyle might suggest.
One tweet, which has racked up over a million likes, reads: "Kylie Jenner lives in a $35m mansion, and this is the water pressure…"
The very large shower with pink marble walls and a glass partition wall, has a small shower head.
One commented: "I loved the walls and how big it was but the pressure was NOT it.
"And I would prefer a different shower head… like a I need more water lol DROWN me please."
Another added: "Ok but if you live in a 35 million dollar mansion, you should at least have some good water pressure."
A third mused: "It's basically for when you want to wash your body without wetting your hair, like a mini handheld shower you can use to wash the parts that need cleaning and keep your hair dry.
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"Or rinse round the edges or the shower to remove soap, hair etc.”
However, some explained that they thought that this perceived flaw was actually due to California’s water restrictions, as opposed to a design oversight.
One social media user said:"Ding! Ding! Ding! You're right. California Energy Commission has slashed the water flow on showerheads since 2015.
"We also have stricter water-use criteria for our toilets and faucets."
While another agreed, writing: "California has water use restrictions…. has nothing to do with money.”
Yet another hit back at this by observing: "The pool and giant lawn indicate that saving water is not a concern for her."
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