Kylie Jenner is reportedly ''having fun'' shopping for her rumoured baby.
The 20-year-old reality star is believed to be expecting her first child with her musician boyfriend Travis Scott - although neither of the pair have confirmed the news - and it has now been reported that the star enjoying being able to splash her cash on some unique baby items.
A source told People magazine: ''Kylie is having a lot of fun picking out items for her baby. She's definitely leaning towards pink hues and having fun with the fact that she's having a girl.''
According to the publication, the 'Life of Kylie' star has recently picked up plenty of cute clothes and baby gear, including a stroller.
It comes after it was previously reported that the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' say wouldn't be addressing the speculation surrounding her pregnancy until after the baby is born, as she's believed to be attempting to maintain a level of privacy.
An insider said: ''Kylie wants to disappear and be out of the spotlight and focus on her health and happiness. She isn't going to publicly address her pregnancy until she gives birth. She's not doing any public appearances and just wanted to take six months off.''
The source admitted the star has only told her close friends and sisters about the news so far, as she's intent on revealing things publicly ''on her own terms''.
They added: ''Kylie is only trusting her closest friends and her sisters right now. She wants to reveal things on her own terms but she's, of course, having fun teasing everyone.''
Kylie's decision to stay out of the spotlight comes after her half-sister Khloe - who is also reportedly expecting a baby with her beau Tristan Thompson and is also yet to confirm the news - dubbed her as the ''new Rob'', after their reclusive brother Rob Kardashian.
During an episode of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', family friend Larsa Pippen asked 33-year-old Khloe if Kylie would be joining them for dinner, and Khloe said: ''Yeah, right. Kylie's the new Rob.''
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