The meme bought by Kim Kardashian, explained


You may have noticed that a lot of people post about famous people Kim Kardashian buying more and more random things for exorbitant amounts of money (for us normal people). These memes “bought” by Kardashian are a cute antidote to the crushing reality that she spent the equivalent of a 30-year mortgage on the average family on a necklace that a famous person would sometimes wear.

Well, not just any necklace I guess. She bought a diamond-encrusted Attallah Cross pendant that Princess Diana sometimes wore for $200,000. Which honestly isn’t much for a billionaire.

The piece is described as “a bold piece of jewelry for its size, color and style that inevitably makes a vibrant statement, whether in faith or fashion – or indeed both.”

It was made by the court jeweler Garrard in 1920 and has square cut amethyst stones in a cross shape and round cut diamonds. A businessman named Naim Attallah bought it in the ’80s and loaned it to Princess Diana for special occasions.

Diana reportedly had “a special fondness” for the pendant and wore it to a 1987 charity gala in support of human rights. It was widely seen as a bold fashion choice, moving away from the heavy-handedness and more subtle styles of royals.

Regardless, common folk are fighting back in the only way they can: with a meme.

People had a big day with this one mocking the woman who is likely to be the first lady in an alternate universe. Let’s take a look at some good ones.

Kardashian, not happy with the necklace purchase, opted for something a little more modern.

She also gets on the Monopoly train.

It makes sense that she would be interested in a box that supposedly offers powers to gain world domination. President Kardashian?

For those in the know, the Colombo raincoat is iconic. Only $75,000.

Oh no, not Phoebe! Is nothing sacred?

Now she just buys people! What is she not buying?

But how is Boston-born Hilaria supposed to keep pretending to be from Spain?

See? She transcends space and time. It’s frankly scary.

Now she’s done with people and she’s buying animals.

Ah, it is iconic indeed. I understand this.

Not even cartoons are safe from their grubby, manicured hands.

Well, you understand what matters. No person dead or alive, no place fictional or non-fictional, and nothing existing in reality or in story is safe from Kardashian’s coffers. What will she buy next? The meme bought by Kim Kardashian, explained

Lindsay Lowe

Lindsay Lowe is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Lindsay Lowe joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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