Kylie Jenner pregnant, expecting first child with boyfriend Travis Scott, reports say

Kylie Jenner pregnant, expecting first child with boyfriend Travis Scott, reports say

Supposedly Kylie told her friends earlier this month that she was pregnant with Travis' baby at the Day N Night Fest in Anaheim, California.

Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott are reportedly excited about the new addition.

The latest Instagram photo she posted Thursday was at least from November of previous year, according to BuzzFeed News.

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The couple first met back when he performed at Kylie's sister Kendall Jenner's Sweet 16 birthday party in 2011 but didn't start dating until 2014.

Page Six also confirmed the news, reporting that the young star was around four months pregnant.

Kylie also posted a picture of herself with pals on her Snapchat account, wearing an unusually baggy ensemble as she posed and laughed with friends. Is Kris Jenner pumped for another grandkid?

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Insiders also claim to the publication that Kylie's boyfriend Travis Scott has "told friends about the pregnancy".

"Travis really digs Kylie's lips". Instead, she has been posting throwback shots or images from the chest up. Instead, she responded to a fan's comment about her KKW Beauty products.

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