Is this a throwback season? Seems like one for the Jenner and Kardashian clan. Bombing social media account with their throwback pictures, Makeup moghul Kylie Jenner shares yet another throwback picture of her on Instagram; gets showered with love and praises from her sister Kim Kardashian and her bestie Stassie Karanikolaou. Showing off her baby bump and pregger glow, Kylie shared a throwback picture when she was pregnant with her daughter Stormi Webster two years ago, as she is just few days away to celebrating her birthday.
Soaking in the sun, she is seen sporting an off shoulder black crop top with maroon bottom, caressing her baby bump. She captioned this image as, “Throwback pregnant with my baby girl. I can’t believe my daughter will be two soon.. #stormi” Commenting on this throwback picture with emojis were her sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian. And not to forget her besties Stassie too left heart emojis on Kylie’s throwback picture. Check out the picture below- ALSO READ: DAMN, Kylie Jenner Is Raising The Heat On The First Day Of 2020 With Her Unseen Raunchy Bikini-Clad Pictures From 2019
Stormi was born on February 1, 2018 to Kylie and her current ex Travis Scott. Just three days ago, the model and entrepreneur had shared a throwback picture of her soaking in the sun. That throwback picture was perfectly addressed as this day that year, and only think that had remained unchanged in the picture was the hotness quotient of the diva. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Shares A Throwback Pic From 2017; We Say Hotness Quotient Remains Intact
Bringing in her new year with much pomp and grandeur, she was captured grooving to a Punjabi hit number in shimmery silver little dress, calling for our attention. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Shimmies To 'Mundiyan To Bach Ke' In A Sexy Blinged-Out Dress; Stay Still Our Beating Heart
Image Source: Instagram/kyliejenner
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