Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott share first close-up photo of daughter Stormi

by Wade Massey March 6, 2018, 1:21
Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott share first close-up photo of daughter Stormi

A source previously told PEOPLE the Kylie Cosmetics beauty mogul, "is very protective of Stormi and of introducing her to new people and the outside world".

Kylie showed off her post-pregnancy body on Thursday, while wearing a tracksuit and holding baby Stormi, who was concealed in a huge onesie. Travis Scott shared this pic of his "little rager" on Instagram #bless.

"My pretty girl", she wrote in the caption.

Prior to this, Kylie also posted a photo of herself and Stormi on Instagram, though the baby's face was mostly covered.

So it was interesting to note that queen Kylie returned to Snapchat yesterday with the first ever full-face picture of her baby Stormi. I tried to start a girl-band when I was 12.

Like her pregnancy, which she kept a secret from fans until she gave birth, Jenner has been shy about exposing Stormi for the cameras.

Although she hasn't married Travis Scott, the two were finally seen out together on a public date last weekend, and the singer has joked that his new part-time job is testing eye shadow for Jenner.

And recently, it was claimed the star is "completely in love" with Stormi and enjoying being a mother for the first time.

But while many gushed over the tot, wrapped in a cute white bunny baby grow, others were distracted by her incredibly long finger nails.

So far, it looks like Travis and Kylie are giving everyone baby fever because they just can't stop talking about how lovely Stormi is.

Kylie Jenner with her one-month-old daughter Stormi.

The reality star announced her new collection called The Weather Collection on February 22.


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