It's been roughly 48 hours since the news about Kylie Jenner's pregnancy broke, claiming that she's expecting her first baby with her boyfriend Travis Scott, but the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has continued about her business as if it was no big deal. The 20-year-old took to Instagram to share two new photos of herself and her possible baby bump, and it's getting harder and harder for fans to figure out if she is really pregnant or not.
In the first snap, Kylie posed for a mirror selfie with her bestie Jordyn Woods and their squad, all wearing robes. In the shot, Ky tied her robe tightly around her waist and she simply wrote "Mornings :)" in the caption. The next shot which seems like it was taken on Friday, Sept. 22 — on the same day as Jordyn's birthday festivities. Jordyn and Ky posed with a giraffe in the adorable photo and Ky lifted up her oversized sweatshirt to reveal what seems to be a flat tummy.
Many fans flooded the comments of the most recent pic and a lot of them felt that the photo of her stomach proved that she was not pregnant. But other fans were pointed out that it might be too early to tell. "For everyone commenting, 'She’s not pregnant, she doesn’t have a belly,' a baby bump doesn’t start showing until after 12 weeks," one fan wrote.
According to People, Travis and Kylie started to tell their friends about their pregnancy back in July, which means if they found out they were expecting in that same month, then it would be too early in Kylie's pregnancy for her baby bump to pop.
But sources also revealed that Kylie is expecting a girl and she's due in February, which would mean that she conceived in May — just one month after she went public with her relationship with Travis. If that timeline is correct, that would mean Kylie is about four months along and well into her second trimester, which is when most women start showing.