The youngest of the Kardashian clan, has announced this Monday the arrival of a new member to her television family. The 24-year-old American businesswoman and model, Kylie Jenner, who reported in early September 2021 that she was having a second child from her relationship with rapper Travis Scott, has welcomed the baby on her Instagram profile by posting a black and white image of her little hand next to her birth date: “2/2/22″.
Kylie Jenner welcomes her second child with Travis Scott
At the moment the name and sex of the newborn is unknown. The little girl’s sister, Stormi Webster, had turned four years old the day before.
The news has been received with great joy among the family, whose members have celebrated the event in the comments of the publication. “Mother of two lives,” wrote her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, to which Scott has responded by adding several heart-shaped emoticons.
Kylie Jenner gave birth on February 1, 2018 to her first daughter, the fruit of her relationship with Scott since 2017. The couple then took several days to unveil the name of the little girl, a fact that seems to be repeated again.
The baby was born in Los Angeles weeks after the surrogate birth of her cousin Chicago West, third daughter of Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West.
Jenner, who began in 2017 the relationship with her current partner, decided to break with what seemed a tradition with the birth of her first daughter, since all the names of the women in the family begin with “K” -Kris Jenner’s daughters are named Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie-. Something that her two sisters, Kim and Kourtney, have also done.
Although in this second pregnancy she has been jealous of her privacy, a month ago she wanted to share with her followers the baby shower she held in honor of her second child; a party that was decorated with giraffe sculptures, different design items and in which the guests made different crafts for the baby.
The businesswoman, who runs a successful cosmetics empire, wore a tight white long-sleeved dress for the event.