It was one of the happiest days for little Stormi Webster, daughter of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott. Stormi’s parents Kylie and Travis who have parted ways were reported to have agreed to co-parent their daughter. After a trip to Disney land of this trio just before Stormi’s 2nd birthday bash, the ex-couple once again set an example of being responsible parents. The two were reported to have come together for Stormi’s playdate in California. The family spent some quality time with each other.
As per reports in TMZ, the trio was clicked at an indoor trampoline playground of Sky High Sports located in Woodland Hills, California on Sunday. Kylie-Travis and their darling daughter were in the VIP section of this play area; the play area looked pretty empty leaving the entire space for Stormi. It was also reported of Kylie getting cozy in Travis’ arms as they struck a pose for a selfie. Tagging along with them was one bodyguard, mentioned the report.
While the famous rapper was seen dressed in a black hoodie, the makeup moghul kept it stylish in a turquoise blue dress with her hair tied in a top knot.
We must say the ex-couple is doing an excellent job of co-parenting their daughter despite their split. In conversation with Harper’s Bazar, Kylie commenting about their relationship was quoted saying, “We have such a great relationship. We’re like best friends.” ALSO READ: Not Romance But Co-Parenting Is Kylie Jenner’s Only Concern With Ex-Boyfriend Travis Scott
Ahead of Stormi’s birthday, they flew to Disneyland, and the pictures of that trip were truly adorable. Meanwhile, on her professional front, Kylie recently dedicated an entire makeup line of her beauty brand to her daughter, Stormi. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Dedicates Entire Makeup Collection To Daughter Stormi, Says ‘Waiting For This Since I Found I Was Pregnant’
Image Source: Instagram/travisscott/kyliejenner
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