Kim Kardashian known for movies like Zoolander 2, Temptation. Is an American model, media personality, actress, businesswoman and socialite, in shot wealthy women bought an expensive mansion with her Husband Kanye West. This couple bought a $20 million mansion to live in with their four children’s. This house was bought in the year 2013 and the couple decided to extravagantly re-renovate this house of theirs. So this re-renovation went at-least for four continuous years. The actual value of the mansion was revealed by Kris Jenner that the value of the mansion has increased to $60 million after the re-renovate by his Twitter post. In 2017 the family finally moved in their beloved house and since then their fans and followers have been curious about the life of the West-Family inside their mansion. Kim named her mansion a “minimal monastery” as it had been inspired by Axel Vervoordt who is an interior designer and a Belgian art dealer along with Kanye himself. The wait of Kim’s fans was over when Kim herself recently posted on twitter a few pictures of the interior of her minimal monastery the mansion. Though Kim and Kanye’s fans were excited about seeing their mansion from instead they really got upset as their house looked very empty. According to some fans Kim and Kanye have kids around their house so it should have been even more interesting especially for the kids. So their fans decided to him them by photo shopping things into their mansion which eventually turned out to be a Photoshop battle. So Animated Times have collected the photos posted by Kim on Twitter and its photo-shopped pics as well.
After Purchasing their new house Kim and Kanye West Spent fours years renovating it :
Fans Seemed Very Surprised To See Kim and Kanye’s New House Empty :
So Ultimately Their Fans Decided to Photo-Shop Things Into Their $60 Million Mansion To Make It Decorative :
These Were Some Comments On Kim’s $60 Million House And The Photoshop Battle :
Hope You Have Enjoyed While Going Through The Photo-Shops Done In Kim And Kanye’s House.
Source: Mindaugas Balčiauskas