Caitlyn Jenner's representative confirms daughter Kylie's pregnancy

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Images: Getty Images, Instagram
Images: Getty Images, Instagram

The reality TV star and make-up mogul hit headlines on Friday (22Sep17) amid multiple reports suggesting she is expecting a baby with her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott.

The couple, which began dating in April (17), has yet to comment on the claims, but a representative for Kylie's dad, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, appears to have confirmed the news in a message to The Sun.

When asked how Caitlyn learned Kylie was set to become a first-time mother, her publicist said, "All I can tell you is that it was some time ago."

The remarks differ considerably from those of Caitlyn's ex-wife, Kris Jenner, who refused to confirm or deny the reports on Monday (25Sep17), when she was contacted by TV personality Ryan Seacrest, who produces their hit reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Seacrest reached out to Kris via text message live on air on his U.S. morning show Live With Kelly and Ryan to inquire about the pregnancy speculation, and received a vague response from the Kardashian/Jenner family matriarch.

"Kylie's not confirming anything," she responded, echoing the comments she had made to The Cut on Saturday (23Sep17) while attending an event during Milan Fashion Week in Italy.

Meanwhile, Kylie has given fans a glimpse of her stomach on social media as the baby news continues to swirl.

yesterday was cute. hope you had the happiest of birthdays Jordy. Love you forever ever and beyond..

A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

She took to Instagram over the weekend (23-24Sep17) as she celebrated her best friend Jordyn Woods' birthday, posing beside her pal while wearing a baggy black sweatshirt she lifted up slightly as she placed her left hand on her exposed hip, although it was hard to tell if she was sporting a small bump.

Kylie also opted for an oversized T-shirt as she supported her boyfriend Travis at his iHeartRadio Music Festival performance in Las Vegas on Saturday.

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