Inside Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s £46million mansion as they flee wildfires

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been forced to flee their £46million as wildfires continue to ravage Los Angeles.

The reality star and her rapper husband were given just an hour to pack their bags before being forced out of the Hidden Hills mansion they bought in 2014 as the Woolsey Canyon fire continued to engulf Ventura County.

"Pray for Calabasas. Just landed back home and had 1 hour to pack up and evacuate our home. I pray that everyone is safe," Kim wrote on Instagram.

A few hours later she shared footage of firefighters flooding the affluent area, writing, "Firefighters are arriving. Thank you for all that you do for us."

The couple spend a whopping four years renovating the eight-bedroom, 10 bathroom property, and finally moved in last December.





Little is known about the inside of the cavernous pad due to a pact the couple made to keep their family home private.

However, Kanye clearly had other ideas when he shared shots of the stark interior in April, with not a single splash of colour in sight.

Arches are carved into walls, furniture is sparse and almost completely white – despite the fact they’ve got three young children.

Work is still ongoing with Kanye said to be planning to build an entire lake in the grounds.



But fans haven’t really been feeling it, comparing the house to a tomb.

"Place looks like straight up death, does anybody actually live there? This looks worse than a sunken place. This place has no soul," one fan commented.

"This actually does look like the sunken place. Holy sterile-design, Batman. The hospital called. They want their white-a** walls back," another added.

"This is more bland than Karen’s potato salad with raisins," a third wrote.

"Quite an elaborate cell you have there, Ye," another added.

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