Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are said to be ‘inseparable’ as they await the birth of their second child.
The reality star and rapper already share daughter Stormi, three, who is said to be hugely excited to have a sibling.
Kylie, 24, and Travis, 30, have been together since 2017 but separated briefly in 2019.
Now the couple are fully back on, with a source telling E! Online they are ‘inseparable’ and ‘leaning on each other’ as they prepare to welcome baby number two.
Kylie has been staying at home and is ‘nesting until the baby comes,’ the source said, and ‘Travis has been by her side and has been very supportive during her pregnancy.’
The pair are ‘both excited for the baby to come,’ but it is three-year-old Stormi who seems the most impatient.
‘Stormi is really excited to have a sibling and talks about the baby all day long,’ the source claimed.
‘She’s fully aware and is very excited.’
Kylie announced her pregnancy in September of this year, and showcased her growing bump in Instagram snaps and while out and about at New York Fashion Week.
It’s a marked difference to her first pregnancy, as she kept it a secret and only revealed the news after her daughter was born.
The reality star and entrepreneur has been keeping a lower profile in recent weeks however, following the tragedy at Travis’ Astroworld concert where 10 people lost their lives during a crush in the crowd.
The rapper is facing a $750million (£567million) lawsuit from the families of the victims and survivors affected by the tragedy, and his recent offer to pay for the funeral of the stampede’s youngest victim, Ezra Bount, has been rejected.
Speaking shortly after the incident in November, Kylie said she was ‘broken’.
She said: ‘Travis and I are broken and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all who lost their lives, were injured or affected in anyway [sic] by yesterday’s events.
‘And also for Travis who I know cares deeply for his fans and the Houston community.’
‘I am sending my deepest condolences to all the families during this difficult time and will be praying for the healing of everyone who has been impacted.’
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