The reality star began lockdown at her home in LA – and first broke social distancing rules two weeks after California’s Stay At Home order went out.
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Sister Kim admitted that Kylie had “sneaked round” to meet her at mum Kris Jenner’s Calabasas house on 2 April to do her older sister’s make-up for a remote appearance on The Jimmy Fallon Show.
Kylie then headed to Kris' Palm Springs home on 14 April – giving fans a guided tour of the house and incredible spare room with six beds in it.
Spending the Easter break at the luxury mansion, which Kris recently bought for $12m, Kylie was there with her daughter Stormi and boyfriend Travis Scott.
But by 20th April, Kylie had returned to LA and was pictured visiting best friend Stassi – real name Anastacia Karanikolaou – at her Hollywood home.
Last week, it was revealed she’d snapped up an incredible $36.5m mansion in LA’s Holmby Hills area – and now, Kylie seems to be posting from her new house.
Yesterday, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star posted a series of sexy poolside pics – and the background gives away that Kylie’s already moved into the new home.
Continuing to break the rules, Kylie met up with Stassi again when she paid a visit to the billionaire and filmed a TikTok challenge – with Kylie calling her BFF “my quarantine friend”.
A couple of days earlier, it seemed like Kylie had also returned to her OLD Hidden Hills property in Calabasas, California – posting photos of Stormi in her huge garden.
Travis no longer appears to be staying with them – posting a photo of balloons for his mum’s birthday today (although it’s unclear if he attended the party in person).
Kylie’s team have been approached for comment by The Sun Online.
The star previously donated $1million to coronavirus relief efforts, with Dr. Thais Aliabadi, who delivered Stormi, calling her a "living angel" at the time.
She went on to add that the money will be used to buy "masks, face shields, and other protective gear" for the medical first responders.
According to LA lockdown rules, residents are allowed to leave the house for essential medical care, exercise, to care for a friend or relative or to work at an essential business or buy food.
This week, Dr. Barbara Ferrer, director of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, pleaded to those travelling around: “We don’t need you to go out and get infected in another county and then bring yourself, infected, back here to LA County.”
As of Saturday morning, more than 41,000 people in California have tested positive for coronavirus.
LA County – where Kylie lives – is under a stay at home order which will be in place until at least 15 May.
All of California has been under a stay-at-home order since March 19, after Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency because of the virus on March 4.
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