Fans all have the same complaint about the Kardashians' Christmas gift guide

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Photo credit: Poosh, @poosh / Khloe Kardashian, @Khloekardashian - Instagram
Photo credit: Poosh, @poosh / Khloe Kardashian, @Khloekardashian - Instagram

We know the Kardashian-Jenner family love to go all out for, well, pretty much any celebration, and they're especially big fans of Christmas.

Welcoming in the festive period in expected KarJenner style, the fam have been busy sharing their favourite purchases in their 2021 Holiday Gift Guide, but fans all have the same (very understandable) complaint about the list.

The gift roundup, shared on Kourtney Kardashian's lifestyle website Poosh, features present picks from Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kris, Kendall and Kylie - and while it's great to get an insight into what's actually in the Kardashians' stockings this year, fans are less than happy about how expensive the whole thing is.

Presents on the list include a $518 (£388) infrared sauna blanket, a $499 (£375) lettuce-growing farmstand, and even a $499 kitchen food composter (why?) so, yep, pretty lavish then.

Poosh unveiled the gift guide in an Instagram post, writing, "We know you want to know. We’re sharing what the fam is gifting this year with personalized picks from the Kardashians + Jenners 🎁 ," and followers were quick to comments their *thoughts* on the prices.

One fan wrote, "Presents we can’t afford!!", while another added, "Gift guide for normal people would be great too. No one is buying a 500 [dollar] blanket. Let’s be real!".

"Totally things we can afford!!" commented another, before jokingly adding "'Help me I'm poor'" à la Bridesmaids. Relatable.

More fans took to Twitter to complain, with one user writing, "Who asked the Kardashians for their Christmas gift guide? The prices are outrageous and you have to be richer than Oprah to afford them!"

Well, they've certainly made that one clear then.

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