Kylie Jenner shared a sneaky look at the meal served at Kourtney and Travis’s lavish Italian wedding — and one detail has made fans wild.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker may be dripping in Dolce & Gabbana for their lavish Italian wedding, but Twitter is more focused on their lean pasta portions.
In a now viral clip created by Kourtney’s half-sister, Kylie Jenner, 24, a chef uses a ladle and tongs to serve a limited amount of pasta on a decorative plate.
It was one of several exclusive behind-the-scenes movies documented by the billionaire on her Instagram Stories, New York Post reports.
The pasta video itself may only be 13 seconds in its entirety, but it was more than enough to drive Twitter crazy.
One user called the section “one of the saddest things I’ve ever seen”. That tweet has over 29,500 likes and over 2,600 quote tweets.
“This qualifies as a hate crime where I come from,” one user wrote.
“The cost of living crisis is clearly affecting the Kardashians, judging by the photos of Kourtney getting married in her underwear and the single strand of pasta served at the front desk,” one said.
“This would put me up against the bride and groom,” added another.
“Personally, if a portion isn’t the size of my face, I’m not interested,” said one commenter.
“Had I been there I would have walked out in protest,” wrote another.
Another user said the tiny part would make them “jump into the sea”.
Of course, there is always one person who supports the Kardashian family.
“Normalize eating appropriate portions rather than eating too much for each meal,” said one user among a string of disgruntled food critics.
The newlyweds, who faked marriage in Las Vegas in April and legally married earlier this month in Santa Barbara, California, tied the knot again for their family and friends in Portofino, Italy, on Sunday.
Barker’s 16-year-old daughter, Alabama, shared Instagram Story videos of her father, 46, dancing to I want you back by the Jackson 5 and using his tooth to pull a garter from the leg of the Poosh maker, 43, to single women (put a ring around it) by Beyonce.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post and is reproduced with permission