A “stay-at-home girlfriend” has gone viral on TikTok after sharing her lavish daily life taking care of her millionaire partner’s needs – with users mocking the “boring” routine.
Kendel Kay, 25, who lives in Puerto Rico, US, shared a clip of herself going about her morning routine at home, much of which revolved around entrepreneur boyfriend Luke Lintz, 22.
The influencer, who doesn’t have a job, spends her days holidaying with Luke – who runs a PR company worth over $8.1 million – and frolicking on private jets.
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She often shares pictures of herself decked out in luxury brands with Louis Vuitton and Dior handbags retailing over $1,000 each, and fans have been dying to get an inside look at her lavish lifestyle.
But after Kendel shared a clip of her usual morning routine on TikTok, she was met with ridicule from trolls who dubbed it “dull”.
In the clip, the influencer starts the post by filling up water bottles and coffees for them both, making green juices, an iced latte with homemade almond milk with Luke, and tidying their bedroom.
She then does her “very long” 20-minute skincare routine – involving the use of an LED face mask and rolling ice over her face.
Kendel then writes for five minutes in her journal before going for a walk on the beach and gets another coffee with her partner of 18-months.
She then accompanies him to the gym for a workout, before making them both smoothie bowls.
Kendel then has a second matcha drink and plans out the rest of her day using a planner – something that was later ridiculed online.
She posted the clip on TikTok (@kendelkay) with her 414,000 followers.
While the popular post garnered 6.9 million views and nearly 300,000 likes, viewers were left divided in the comments section, with many mocking her “dull” lifestyle.
One person said: “Morning routine as an unemployed person who does everything for Luke.”
“Anyone else wondering what she writes in her planner?” asked another critic.
Someone else commented: “A planner to plan what?”
“I’m already bored,” another person added.
“So you do nothing…” commented another viewer.
Other critics asked if the video was a “joke”, dubbed her routine “dull” and likened her lifestyle to that of a cat’s.
Another user said: “As someone who had to stay at home, I feel so sad. I hope you’ll find something more fulfilling because this looks isolating.”
However, other viewers found the routine envy-inducing.
One person said: “I want to say home too.” [sic]
“I wish this was my life,” another user agreed.
Someone else said: “You have the best job for a living.”
Another user added: “The comments are not a vibe. She gets to journal, gym, hang by a beach… love language maybe acts or service? This is a dream to some so don’t hate.”
“The video was pretty controversial,” Kendel told NeedToKnow.online.
“Some people highly disagree with my lifestyle choices and some people are backing me up and admitting they too wish they could live a life of feminine leisure.
“Social media and content creation is how I create my income but it doesn’t take up much of my time – I spend most of my time being a house girlfriend.
“My afternoons usually involve a long walk in the neighbourhood, some cleaning, and making lunch for my boyfriend, Luke.”
As for her partner, he enjoys their current set-up with Kendel being around and calls them “inseparable”.
“I love Kendel being a stay at home girlfriend – I’ve always believed in a very ‘traditional’ relationship,” Luke, who has 1.1 million followers on Instagram @lukelintz, told NeedToKnow.online.
“I believe the man in a relationship should be doing the masculine work and should make enough to provide for the household, while his woman can rest in her feminine energy.
“Kendel and I met in Tulum on an influencer trip. We both weren’t even planning on going on the trip, and then last minute Kendel said she had a strong desire to go to Tulum, and I had a last-minute business trip that was planned in Cancun, which lined up perfectly for me to spend a couple of days in Tulum.
“It truly was an instant connection. We have been inseparable since our first conversation in Tulum and have been together practically every day since.”
As for the trolls, the couple try not to let it get to them with one simple tactic.
Kendel added: “I don’t handle negativity well so I’ve restrained from reading the comments. It’s better for my mental health to stay out of the comment section – sometimes ignorance is bliss.”
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