Overnight, we've added Kendall Jenner to our list of celebrities whose houses we are now obsessed with.
There's a rustic open kitchen, pool, bar, closet, glam room, an art room featuring an easel, and her bedroom even has its own sitting area where a sculpture by British artist Tracey Emin hangs on the wall.
However, some fans were quick to notice that in the neon pink halogen light sign the word 'you're' is spelt incorrectly. They sign says: 'Glad to hear your a happy girl [sic].'
'The “your” instead of you’re on the last photo 😭 or am I blind?' wrote one Instagram follower.
'I see it too and it would drive me crazy,' another concurred.
'Bae ily but i think you used the wrong “you’re” on the neon wall lettering,' a concerned fan said.
'Beautiful but you have a spelling mistake in your wall sign,' one more said while some others simply commented: 'You’re*'
While it's true the wrong homophone has been used in this instance, it is very likely to be that this has been done on purpose.
Emin is a world-famous, Turner prize nominated artist so she doesn't really let things like this slip through by mistake. Her artwork has been known to feature spelling errors such as 'betraye' instead of 'betray,' 'weak' spelt like 'week' and 'their' instead of 'there', according to Dazed.
In a 2001 interview with The Observer about her work, Emin even said herself: 'I don't think I'm visually the best artist in the world, right? I've got to be honest about this. But when it comes to words, I have a uniqueness that I find almost impossible in terms of art – and it's my words that actually make my art quite unique.'
In a video for AD, Jenner explained the meaning behind the artwork saying: 'I got this a few years ago and I'm almost positive that there's measurements up top, and then the bottom says "glad to hear you're a happy girl".
'Pretty sure that the measurements are an ex-boyfriend of Tracey Emin's penis size, and then the message at the bottom is to his new girlfriend saying, "I'm glad to hear you're happy" 'cause he has a really big penis, I believe.'
Well, there we have it.
Jenner told the magazine the vibe she was going for with her home, which she moved into 18 months ago, was really 'peaceful' and an antidote from her hectic life of travel and business.
The model spent a year renovating her house and is overjoyed with the finished result, telling AD: 'I’m really proud of what we accomplished here. This is the first home I’ve done completely, and I think it’s a genuine reflection of who I am and what I like. In the end, I’m still a young female in L.A., just trying to have some fun.'
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