Kylie Jenner 21st birthday party at Craig’s

KYLIE Jenner celebrated turning 21 in style last night with a lavish birthday party in Los Angeles complete with a giant ball pit, personalized Barbie dolls and a mural dedicated to her famous family.

The reality TV star gathered her loved ones together for the glamorous bash — and she spared no expense.

Kylie made sure all eyes were on her as she stepped out in a blonde wig and a bright pink dress for dinner at Craig’s restaurant,The Sun reported.

But things turned ugly after photos of an Australian Instagram model surfaced, showing the young star being carried out of the party on an ambulance stretcher.

According to The Blast, popular fitness model Tammy Hembrow was seen being rushed to hospital face down on a stretcher bed.

According to the publication, Ms Hembrow — who has 8.6 million followers — left with paramedics around midnight.

The stunning blonde has a working relationship with the Kardashians, having shot a ‘Good American’ campaign with Khloe in 2017.

Kylie Jenner’s father, Caitlin Jenner, was looking on to the scene in horror as the young mother-of-two was loaded on to the ambulance.

Before the ordeal unfolded, guests were treated to a pink theme, with personalized Kylie cups, a wall of pink flowers and confetti all over the venue.

There was even a giant ball pit where Kylie and her sisters were able to have some fun.

In a nod to her famous family, Kylie had a huge mural showing them all in cartoon form painted above the bar.

She even handed out personalized Barbie dolls, with one dressed in the same pink catsuit she was wearing to the party.

At the end of the night, she shared a snap of two of the broken dolls with a caption that signified that the night was over.

Kim Kardashian was among the guests and she looked incredible in a neon pink cut-out mini dress.

With her dark hair long and with a wet look, Kim flashed her cleavage as well as her toned midriff.

Kim matched the birthday girl by choosing a pink dress, as Kylie wore a long-sleeved number which also featured a cut out panel under her bust and a tie-side detail.

The satin number also had structured shoulders and a wrap style skirt and Kylie — who wore a long blonde wig tied back in a slick ponytail — accessorized with matching heels.

The birthday girl was joined by her fellow siblings Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian as well as Kendall Jenner, who were all caught on camera larking about in the ball pit.

Kourtney, 39, showed ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima what he was missing following their recent split as she arrived in a sparkling purple mini dress.

The mum-of-three showed off her toned, tanned legs as she entered the restaurant, while Khloe, 34, revealed her incredible post-baby body in a white shimmering trouser suit.

Khloe — who welcomed daughter True in April — put her toned midriff on display thanks to her glittering cropped top, which she paired with matching trousers and long jacket.

Model Kendall, 22, opted for a black strapless mini-dress, showing off her endless legs as she entered the restaurant with her half-sisters.

Proud mum Kris Jenner arrived with boyfriend Corey Gamble, while Kylie’s dad Caitlyn Jenner attended with rumored girlfriend Sophia Hutchins.

Also in attendance was Kourtney’s ex Scott Disick, and taking to social media inside the restaurant, Khloe shared a snap of them sitting together and joked: “A girl can dream.”

Kim also shared a snap with singer Nicki Minaj, as well as all the sisters posing together on a sofa.

Later in the evening, Kylie changed outfits, switching into a glittering one-piece which featured cycling short bottoms and a strapless neckline.

Kylie — who welcomed daughter Stormi in February — carried a matching glittery handbag and wore high-heeled pink stilettos.

The family were then seen heading home later in the evening with Kim being joined by her husband Kanye West.

The stars were surrounded by fans and paparazzi as they celebrated Kylie’s birthday, but took it all in their stride.

This article was originally published in The Sun and has been reproduced here with permission.