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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott ‘very close again’ after cuddling up at New York bash

Travis and Kylie split in October, 2019 (Picture: Instagram)

 

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are said to be ‘very close again’ after cuddling up in New York, it has been claimed.

The pair – who share daughter Stormi – got the rumour mill spinning that they had reunited this week, thanks to a very cosy appearance at the Parsons Benefit.

If their red carpet display wasn’t enough to raise eyebrows, the rapper branded the Lip Kit queen ‘wifey’ in a speech.

An insider has now revealed there is a ‘different energy’ between the former lovebirds.

‘Although they always got along, there is a different energy between them now,’ they told People. ‘Kylie and Travis are very close again. Kylie flew to NYC to support him. It’s just great to see them back together.”

‘They never put any pressure on their relationship.

‘The focus was always on being the best co-parents. They still keep separated homes in LA because this is what works for them.’

The claims come after Kylie and Stormi were on hand to celebrate Travis’ special night, as he was honoured at the 72nd annual Parsons Benefit on Tuesday.

Little Stormi totally stole the show, posing beside her parents who cuddled for the cameras.

Once inside, the Sicko Mode star gave an adorable shout-out to the women in his life as he accepted his award.

‘Stormi, I love you and wifey, I love you,’ he said, appearing to confirm their relationship status once and for all.

The pair dated for three years before splitting in October, 2019 – but remained close after the break-up to co-parent their daughter.

However, they have been inseparable of late, travelling together and enjoying family getaways.


Credit: Original article published here.

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