Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann Spoil Their Children With Christmas Gifts Despite Financial Woes
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The reality star and his estranged husband bought their kids Christmas presents after the former sold their personal items on Instagram, including a set of Louis Vuitton luggage that belonged to the retired athlete.

AceShowbiz - Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann made sure that their kids' happiness was their No. 1 priority. Despite facing financial woes, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star and her estranged husband spoiled their children with Christmas gifts.

According to TMZ, the exes, who share four kids, also managed to put aside their "heightened drama" to celebrate the holiday as a family at their Georgia mansion. The reality star didn't share any pictures from Christmas Day on Instagram, but the former football outside linebacker posed with their preteens on his page.

The report arrived weeks after Kim launched a new Instagram account to sell her and Kroy's personal items. On December 16, she promoted a set of Louis Vuitton luggage that belonged to her estranged husband.

"This was all only carried one time... Excellent condition, like I said, he carried it one time on the road to one of his football games," the 45-year-old said in a video. In the caption, she wrote, LOUIS VUITTON MEN's 6 piece set $12500 retails over $15,500 carried one time excellent condition.

In addition, Kim also put Men's Givenchy sneakers up for sale. Her daughter, Brielle Biermann, even helped the reality star by promoting the new page. "My mom created an Insta with stuff she's selling !! Check it out !!" Brielle announced via Instagram Story.

Kim and Kroy initially pulled the plug on their 11-year marriage by filing for divorce from one another on May 5. They called off the divorce in July, but he submitted the divorce paper again in August.

In the following month, Kroy filed court documents to request permission to sell their property, noting that he and his estranged wife Kim are "financially destitute." In the docs, obtained by Page Six, he stated that they must be permitted to unload their house because the IRS has placed a $1.1 million lien on it.

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