Kylie Jenner’s Pregnant, Expecting A Second Child With Travis Scott

Kylie Jenners pregnancy

The news of famous social media personality and billionaire Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy is circulating on social media, and it seems like she’s going to be a mom again!

Kylie Jenner Pregnant

The 24-year-old model and Instagram personality, Kylie Jenner, will have her second child with boyfriend Travis Scott, confirmed by multiple sources exclusively. The couple already has a three-year-old daughter Stormi, equally popular on social media as mom Kylie. Jenner and Scott have been open about desiring a sibling for their firstborn. An insider revealed that the whole family is very enthusiastic.

The news circulated after Caitlyn Jenner posted about having another grandchild. Still, it turned out that she was talking about her son Burt, who is expecting a third child with his girlfriend Valerie Pitalo.

During an interview in March 2020, Kylie was asked about having another child; she said that Her friends pressure her to have another child and bring a sibling for Stormi. She does feel the pressure, but there is no plan to have another baby currently.

Kylie once said on her best friend’s live Instagram that she wants seven children in a row but not yet. The makeup guru also added that pregnancy is not something funny, it is complex and severe, and she is not ready for all that right now.

Kylie and Travis started dating in 2017, and when she got pregnant for the first time, she spent all the time hiding and did not come out to the public. Her daughter’s arrival was known after she gave birth to her. She said that she was too young and overwhelmed and just wanted to be with herself during that pregnancy.

Her sister Kendall thinks it was an excellent decision to be alone and not reveal about the pregnancy, which may be why her daughter Stormi has turned out to be so beautiful and sweet.

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