Kylie Jenner's pregnancy was err… "not planned"

Lawrence Kim
October 12, 2017

TV series Keeping Up With the Kardashians while making a ton of extra cash and expanding their businesses.

The image is a bit absurd as Southern California is now experiencing a heat wave with temperatures around 85F.

There is even a fur trim on the hoodie.

But still the family continues to wear fur. It is also her face.

Kim Kardashian's youngest sister has gone from strength to strength with the beauty empire, releasing more and more lip kits every month as well as highlighters, glosses and eyeshadow palettes. Two of them are pink while the other is blue.

And she is sporting long nails painted Easter yellow.

Jenner and Scott began dating one another this past spring just weeks after she splilt from Tyga. Khloe Kardashian is now expecting her first child, while Kim Kardashian West is expecting her third through a surrogate. The 36-year-old Mrs Kanye West already has North, aged four, and Saint, aged one.

In 2013, Zettel told Star Magazine that she was closest with Kendall and Kylie because they're "closest in age." .

The reality star is said to have employed assistance who will help her with "nutrition and exercise" in a bid for a smooth pregnancy. Sources exclusively reveal to Life & Style that the sisters are all looking at their respective pregnancies as a way to boost their family's long-running E!

The rumoured mum-to-be is one of the biggest beauty influences in the world right now, and what do all beauty influencers do to show off their new products?

A pregnancy coach is sourced by expecting mothers who require a tailored and changing health and exercise plan for the duration of their pregnancy. She has family and friends come to her house instead so she has company.

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Kylie for further comment. On Monday, she posted a couple of photos that sent fans wild with speculations.

Jenner, 20, is very active on social media platforms, notably Snapchat.

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