Kylie Jenner, 20, Reportedly Pregnant With Travis Scott's Baby. And It's A Girl?
Kylie Jenner is reportedly pregnant, and as per sources, the father is Travis Scott. This is not a drill! From PEOPLE, Billboard to MSN and other outlets have reported this news. The 20-year-old reality TV star and entrepreneur, Kylie Jenner, is reportedly carrying Travis Scott's baby. Jenner has been dating Scott for not a very long time before Scott Kylie was in a serious relationship with Tyga.
According to PEOPLE.com Kylie Jenner is pregnant with a baby girl. The site says some of its sources close to the family say Jenner is due in February.
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The source also went on to say that the whole family is so excited about the news, Kylie is excited and so is Travis. The Kardashians and Jenners apparently started telling friends and family about the news a few weeks ago.
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Another of PEOPLE magazine's sources said, ''It is an unexpected but completely amazing turn of events that she could not be more excited or thrilled about.Everyone is overjoyed for her. This is the happiest she’s ever been.''
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Neither of the involved parties has confirmed this news, however, many sources cited on popular entertainment websites have pointed out some serious hints about Kylie's pregnancy. And, if the news is indeed true both Kylie and Travis are going to become first-time parents.
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A few Hints that Kylie Jenner Could be Pregnant
- She's kept her distance from the media lately.
- Kylie has been posting throwback photos of her body, even her waistline, a lot on Instagram
- Sources report that Kylie has started talking to her friends about the pregnancy
- The same sources are also reporting that Travis has been telling his friends how there's going to be a ''drastic change in his life.''
What do you think? Is Kylie Jenner really pregnant at the age of 20? We'll update you with more information on this topic soon!