Kylie Jenner teases Kylie Baby brand, with help from daughter Stormi

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The ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ star took to Instagram to share a picture of her and her three-year-old daughter Stormi and appeared to announce her new business venture. Alongside the cute snap, she wrote on Instagram, “Bath time with @kyliebaby.”

Though Kylie gave no details about her upcoming line, last year she filed applications to trademark Kylie Baby in the areas of skincare products — like moisturisers, lotions, body oils, body gels and more — as well as cribs, strollers, diaper bags, baby bottles and clothing.

Meanwhile, Kylie and her ex Travis Scott have created “a great family situation” together. The 23-year-old reality star and the 30-year-old ‘Sicko Mode’ hitmaker are continuing to spend “a lot of quality family time together with their daughter Stormi, but they haven’t put any labels on their relationship.

“They get along, and things are great. They both want to be as present as possible for Stormi. Kylie and Travis have worked hard to create a great family situation. They love each other. Everyone is very proud of how mature they are. Stormi is the happiest little girl,” an insider said.

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Meanwhile, another source recently said the couple have “no requirements” in their relationship. “I wouldn’t say that Kylie and Travis have an open relationship; they just don’t put a label on it. They’ve been like this for years. Travis will be on all holidays, everything to do with Stormi, but he and Kylie don’t call each other boyfriend and girlfriend. There are no expectations between them. There are no requirements in their relationship; it’s the way it’s always been,” the source said.

"Kylie and Travis are both allowed to do whatever they want, but they have a huge amount of love for each other. It’s not a traditional relationship, but it works for them and has worked for years.” 

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