Kylie Jenner spotted looking unrecognisable without makeup amid COVID-19 lockdown
- Kylie Jenner was spotted in Beverly Hills paying her friend Stassie Karanikolaou a visit
- The billionaire was without makeup displaying her natural looks with her hair locked up in a bun
- Many fans were stunned by the mother of one, not only for her 'slay day -off' but also because she was advocating for people to stay at home
Young and rich reality TV star Kylie Jenner seems to have been going behind her advice of urging families to stay home and stay safe amid the pandemic.
The 22-year-old was spotted on Sunday, April 19, in Beverly Hills paying her friend Stassie Karanikolaou a visit.
Photographers snapped Kylie without makeup displaying her natural looks with her hair locked up in a bun, making her appear like the young Kylie before her transformation.
She was holding a packet of crisps with a bottle of water while walking it to her gold plated Mercedes G-Wagon.
The mother of one was all smiles despite looking her younger, carefree self- with colourful sweat pants.
Many fans were stunned by Kylie not only for her 'slay day -off' but also because days earlier, joined by other celebs, she advocated for people to stay home.
She also gave reasons why staying at home was important to avoid contracting coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Kylie topped Forbes list for the youngest self-made billionaire in the world.
The reality TV star sold 51% shares of her company, Kylie Cosmetics, to beauty giant Coty Inc. for KSh 63 billion, making her total amount rise to N437,220,306,960
According to Forbes, the deal closed in January 2020, with the remaining shares enabling her to join the list of 2,095 people in the world with a ten-digit fortune.
She also made the list of 10 billionaires in the world under the age of 30.
Recall Legit.ng reported that the 22-year-old American billionaire and cosmetics mogul donated a huge amount of cash to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. The mother of one is said to have donated N366m to go towards helping health workers treating patients with coronavirus.
The reality TV star's donations will go into providing thousands of masks, test kits, and other protective gear needed by health professionals.
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