Son of China's richest man buys two Apple Watch Gold Edition smartwatches - for his dog

Sources say Wang Sicong's dog has its own popular Weibo account — a Chinese social media site.

Wang Sicong's dog with the two Apple Watch Gold Edition watches

According to reports, the son of Chinese property titan Wang Jianlin, has posted photos online of his dog kitted out in some seriously expensive Cupertino bling.

Sources say Wang Sicong's dog has its own popular Weibo account — a Chinese social media site. From the photos it can be seen that the dog is wearing the rose gold Apple Watch Edition with a white flouroelastimer band, and it appears to be the 42mm model, which sells for 88,000 RMB (each) in China — £9,500 in the UK, and $12,000 in the US.

Wang Sicong's father is chairman of the Dalian Wanda Group — the largest real estate developer in China — and the richest man on the mainland. The 26-year-old Wang Sicong is a director at the family-owned firm as well as a prominent figure on Chinese social media, according to Want China Times.

However, despite his father's$14.1 billion net worth, there's still one Apple Watch Wang Sicong can't get his hands on and Kanye West, Beyoncé and Karl Lagerfeld all own one - the gold link bracelet Apple Watch Edition.

Since it is not advertised anywhere on Apple's website, it is obviously given out only to the most prestigious A-Listers — proof that there are still some things that money can't buy.


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