Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child.


According to a new report, Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child. TMZ reports that the 20-year-old’s boyfriend Travis Scott is telling friends that the reality star is expecting a baby girl.The outlet also claims that Kylie began telling friends earlier this month at the Day N Night Fest in Anaheim, CA. The news comes after the lip kit queen skipped out on a family interview with Megyn Kelly.

During her 20th birthday celebration, she fueled pregnancy speculation by rocking an oversized shirt for her celebration. Walking into the venue, the visibly surprised reality star headed straight to her 25-year-old rapper boyfriend and gave him a big hug. Watch the video below for a look inside her party.

Kylie was joined by her sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner as well as Kris Jenner and her BFF Jordyn Woods as she said goodbye to her teen years. And it looks like the Kardashian family pulled out all the stops for her big day. Along with a very voluptuous ice sculpture, Kylie was treated to a chocolate fountain, Dippin’ Dots ice cream, and a cake with her face on it. What more could a girl want? However, fans are convinced her sweet tooth may be in overdrive due to pregnancy cravings. Sources told OK! magazine that Kylie «couldn’t be more excited about the news.»

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«Kylie kept to herself with the excuse that she was focused on her new makeup line,” sources told the mag. “But we all think she’s staying out of the spotlight until she’s ready to share her news. She’s been keeping low-key for months now, and everyone thinks she’s pregnant.”

Previously, a source told the outlet that «they’re not using protection and she’s told a bunch of people that Travis is baby daddy material. Kylie’s moving way too fast with Travis but this is the way she rolls.»

This means that if Kylie is really pregnant, she will due around the same time as older sister Kim, who is expecting twins via surrogate in January.