The apotheosis of anyone is almost always false, and the apotheosis of a pretentious pol is also wicked.
It was defined by its offensively high price, pretentious waiting lists and limited edition variations.
I have never felt that displaying these things was right, as her grandson it felt a little - if not a lot - pretentious.
1836, from French prétentieux (17c.), from prétention "pretension," from Medieval Latin pretentionem (nominative pretentio) "pretension," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin praetendere (see pretend (v.)).