Caitlyn Jenner Revealed Kylie Jenner Spends $400,000 A Month On Security

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If I've said it once I've said it a thousand times — Caitlyn Jenner is really providing value for money on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. And speaking of money, Caitlyn Jenner revealed that Kylie spends $400K a month on security. Wow.

Anyone else considering moving to LA and getting into security? The reveal was made on, you guessed it, I'm A Celeb and left fellow campmates and viewers in awe. According to the Daily Mail Caitlyn spoke about the levels of expenditure that her daughter faces in order to make sure she feels safe at all times. She told her fellow campmates:

"I bet you Kylie will spend anywhere between $300-$400,000 dollars a month on security, everywhere she goes. It's a big operation."

Kylie's security might seem like a heck of a lot of dough but in fairness, she is just about one of the biggest names in showbiz today. As the Daily Mail reports, Caitlyn also rightly pointed out that in a way her family are showbiz royalty, while wondering if her maj watches Keeping Up With The Kardashians. She said:

"What if the Queen watches? Because in some way I am part of the royal family of entertainment and if one royal family meets another royal family… you know."

Spending such a wedge on security is probably manageable for Kylie, considering that the combination of her reality TV, social media, and beauty empire has made the 22-year-old a billionaire.

Caitlyn also spoke about how important social media has been in carving out her daughters' careers, with both Kylie and Kendall leveraging it to raise their profile and promote themselves and their products. Fellow campmate Ian Wright spoke about it in the Bush Telegraph:

"You have to take your hat off to her girls because they have rinsed it in how well they have used social media and taken it to levels that are out there."

Well, let's see how that new invisible likes function on Instagram affects them am I right? Yeah, probably not at all.