Fans Think Kylie Jenner Is Going Into Labor RIGHT THIS SECOND

Fans Think Kylie Jenner Is Going Into Labor RIGHT THIS SECOND

Kourtney Kardashian is so well-versed in not-so-subliminal Instagram messages that she could teach workshops in saying everything by saying nothing with her photos - especially if the photo in question involves little sis Kylie Jenner.

But according to TMZ, it is "definitely" not happening yet.

Adding to speculation, HollywoodLife.com's Ali Stagnitta‏ tweeted Friday that "a source has confirmed to me that Kylie Jenner is indeed at the hospital". Ranking at number 59 on the list, she earns more than the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Novak Djokovic and Ed Sheeran, but less than her half-sister Kim Kardashian-West. The other screenshot showed a picture of the hospital's hall with the caption, "Kylie Jenner is here giving birth".

Yesterday afternoon, a rumor sparked on Twitter that Kylie Jenner was in labor, leaving fans breathlessly waiting for confirmation from the woman who never confirmed her pregnancy in the first place.

Kris wants Kylie to move in with her when she has the baby, so while Kylie's looking after the baby, Kris can look after Kylie! In addition to Kylie's baby, Khloe Kardashian is also expecting her first child with her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.

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Fans Think Kylie Jenner Is Going Into Labor RIGHT THIS SECOND

As the insider said, Kylie was thrust into the public eye ten years ago when she first appeared on Keeping Up with the Kardashians so it stands to reason that she might now want to take a back seat.

It was also claimed that she sees the Houston-based singer on "most weekends".

"She must be pregnant!" I mean, we all remember how brutal some people were to Kim K when she was pregnant, just for putting on a bit of weight.

Kylie and Travis Scott have been dating since April 2017, with rumours about their supposed pregnancy surfacing just five months later.

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