Kylie Jenner is never one to do things by halves.
And her extravagant Thanksgiving dinner party, that she threw on Sunday, proved the make-up mogul is the hostess with the mostest.
The 22-year-old ensured she whipped up a grand feast for the American holiday and transformed her dining area in her stunning Hidden Hills home to fit in with the harvest theme.
Showcasing she is every inch the domestic goddess, Kylie pulled out all the stops as she prepared a wide selection of dishes for her friends and family to enjoy – which she documented herself cooking on Instagram .
Kylie invited her followers into her kitchen as she showed off bowls of gooey macaroni-cheese, piles of orange yams layered between charred marshmallows, a golden turkey, mounds of mashed potatoes and various greens.
Allowing her guests to dish up whatever took their fancy, she placed the food out in ornate bain-marie’s where everyone scooped out the yummy delights.
The businesswoman selected tasteful tablewear for the bash by decorating the dining table with gold-leaf rimmed wine glasses, metallic cutlery and crisp white roses were placed in vases down the centre table that seated sixteen guests.
Each spot at the large dining table had a burnt orange ceramic pumpkin placed in-front of the diner as well as cute coloured chicks made out of paper mache eggs.
There were also napkins embroidered with turkeys and gold foliage was wrapped in between the table settings.
Kylie’s sister Kendall posted a few snaps from the party onto her Instagram account but older siblings Kim Kardashian-West, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian did not share any photos from the event.
It comes as billionaire Kylie recently boosted her bank balance by selling a stake in her cosmetic line.
It was announced that beauty giant Coty had snapped up their stake in Kylie Cosmetics in a deal worth around $600 million.
Kylie’s deal with Coty was announced last week and means she’ll be able reach more customers across the world thanks to the company’s international infrastructure.
Although she’s no longer the majority shareholder, Kylie is still set to make an absolute fortune from the deal.
Coty produces around 77 beauty brands including Calvin Klein, Burberry Beauty, Gucci and Max Factor, and Kylie admitted the deal will turn her range into an “international beauty powerhouse”.
She explained: “I’m excited to partner with Coty to continue to reach even more fans of Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin around the world.
“I look forward to continuing the creativity and ingenuity for each collection that consumers have come to expect and engaging with my fans across social media.
“This partnership will allow me and my team to stay focused on the creation and development of each product while building the brand into an international beauty powerhouse.”