Otto Sandilands might just be one of the wealthiest one-year-olds in Australia after his radio host dad revealed his eye-watering fortune.
KIIS FM star Kyle Sandilands detailed the figure in a conversation about his own spending habits.
During a conversation, Sandilands’ co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson expressed her concern at how much he spends on luxuries such as private jets – sharing her fear that her godson would not have an inheritance.
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“Otto’s already been loaded up by his great-grandfather, so no worries for him,” Sandilands responded.
“He’s wealthy. My child’s a millionaire, he’s already got a million dollars in his bank.
“I’m jealous of my own kid.”
The shock jock has spared no expense when it comes to Otto – his first child with wife Tegan Kynaston.
The 52-year-old shared with his radio listeners that for Otto’s first birthday, he splashed out about $25,000 for the party.
Invited to the August birthday bash were 24 lucky kids and 38 adults.
“It’s only $25,000,” he quipped on Kyle and Jackie O in August.
“It’s a watered-down type of party.”
Sandilands also noted that the $25,000 didn’t include other sundry party supplies that his wife had already bought.
“Like the lollies, the bonbonniere, and the plates and all these weird tablecloths – these are eight-foot tablecloths,” he said.
Despite spending a small fortune on the event, the shock jock admitted he wasn’t overly keen on being present.
“I said, ‘Do I have to come out of my room?’ and Tegan said ‘Yes’,” he revealed.
“I’m supposed to be engaged with the visitors.”
The over-the-top party was held at their family home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, with the theme being ‘Otto’s Jungle’.
Seen in footage from the special day was jungle-themed decor, a jumping castle personalised with Otto’s name and the quote ‘Rumble in the jungle’, and a giant cut-out giraffe.
Sandilands also went big for his and Kynaston’s wedding, which reportedly cost about $1 million.
The catering bill was estimated to be $75,000 alone, and Sandilands had earlier boasted that the bill for flowers came in at $150,000.
The pair tied the knot at Swifts, a $60 million heritage-listed mansion on Sydney’s Darling Point, in a ceremony attended by a host of celebrity friends and acquaintances.
Guests included Jackie O, singer Guy Sebastian, Kings Cross nightclub identity John Ibrahim and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
Their three-week European honeymoon that followed cost around $500,000, Sandilands revealed on the radio show.
“I can’t believe … the amount of money you’ve spent on certain things blows my mind,” Henderson remarked about the trip.