Kylie Jenner's social media blackout whilst she is expecting her first child isn't a ''permanent thing''.
Kylie Jenner's social media blackout isn't a ''permanent thing''.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is set to welcome her first child, a baby with her partner Travis Scott, into the world and is enjoying her time away from the spotlight whilst she prepares for the baby's arrival.
A source said: ''Kylie has been chilling at home for the most part and just living her best life. She has really enjoyed this time away from the spotlight. It's the first time she can remember in her entire life not being followed by cameras and she's just trying to enjoy this privacy. She's definitely not going to deny that she's had a baby, or continue to evade questions about it all.
''This isn't a permanent thing. As soon as the baby is born, she will make an announcement and introduce the baby to her fans. She will also address the fact that she went ''dark'' on social media and in the public.''
And the 20-year-old television personality reportedly can't wait to share her journey through motherhood with her fans.
The insider added to Entertainment Tonight: ''Yes, she will release a photo and yes, she will acknowledge the baby. She's excited to continue to be her authentic self, and that will soon mean being a mother and sharing that with her fans.''
Kylie is said to have already baby-proofed her house to make sure everything is ready for the arrival of her little one.
A source shared previously: ''The nursery is done. She's a go-getter like her mother [Kris Jenner]. No way she waited long to set that up! ... Anything sharp has already been taken out ... She's very happy about the pregnancy but she doesn't want to share this with the world. Her not being out is strictly personal preference. She wants to keep this one aspect of her life private. She spent her adolescent life on television and has been famous for over 10 years now. If this is the first thing she wants to keep to herself, she should be allowed that. She's worked hard enough to do whatever she wants.''
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