The luxury life of Real Housewives of Jozi star Christall Kay

The luxury life of Real Housewives of Jozi star Christall Kay

The Real Housewives of Johannesburg reality show has taken South Africa by storm since it debuted on 1Magic on 3 August.

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Among the six ladies starring on the glamorous show is former lawyer and now model, singer, and businesswoman, Christall Kay.

Born and raised in Durban, she is known for her colourful life with her husband, Eddie Kay. looks at her luxurious life.

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Stunning R18million mansion.

The couple's lavish mansion in Johannesburg's exclusive Kyalami Estates has been the talk of many real estate enthusiasts.

The home, which sits on a massive 14,951sqm of green lawns, was featured on SABC3's Top Billing in 2014. Its features include underfloor heating, state-of-the-art security, air conditioning, and numerous spacious rooms.

According to Property24, Christall and Kay put the home up for sale for a whopping R18.5 million. Christall's recent Facebook post also confirmed this.

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Lavish overseas vacations.

Christall, Eddie, and their young son Luke often go on extravagant overseas vacations, especially in Europe and the United States.

The reality star's Facebook page features dozens of photos in these exquisite locations.

As Christall looks to catapult herself into music stardom, it's clear that she's already living the life of the rich and famous.

However, recently reported Christall's acknowledgement that rich people have problems too.

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