All the Kardashian Jenner's have the same ridiculously expensive handbag.

The family that buys hundred-thousand dollar accessories together, stays together.

The whole Kardashian Klan just got together for a surprise trip, organised by momager Kris Jenner. Of course, the entire thing was well-documented across the sisters’ infamous social media channels.

But there was one photo from Kylie Jenner‘s Snapchat in particular that caught our attention.

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A photo posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on Apr 4, 2016 at 4:58pm PDT

Pictured above are four Hermès ‘Birkin’ bags, three full-sized, and one miniature identified as the “odd one out”.

The bag is one of the French designer’s most iconic products, named after the mega-stylish actress and singer of the 1970s, Jane Birkin.

You can’t buy a a Birkin directly from Hermès online (because fashion) but from a reputable re-sale site, they retail for anything from $8,500 to $113,350. The price varies depending on size, colour and type of leather, the most expensive option available being the “White Matte Niloticus Himalayan Crocodile Birkin” (30cm).

Yes. Really.

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In the grainy social media snap it's difficult to tell exactly which model the Kardashian-Jenner girls own, but your average Birkin (like an average designer handbag is a thing) costs around $20-30 thousand, so we'd guess theirs cost more than that. A lot more.

According to Teen Vogue the bags have increased in value more than 500 percent in the last 35 years. That's an average of 14.2 percent a year. Wowza.

That value increase is only expected to rise, and experts at Baghunter, a website dedicated to luxury online shopping, believe their value will double in the next 10 years.

So hold onto those bags, Kardashian-Jenner ladies, in case your multi-million dollar reality TV-fashion-make-up-app-game empire collapses...

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