Kylie Jenner bakes chocolate chip cookies, cinnamon muffins and a pot pie amid rumors she's pregnant with second child
KYLIE Jenner baked chocolate chip cookies, cinnamon muffins and a pot pie.
The new posts come as the makeup mogul's fans suspect she's pregnant with her second child.
Kylie posted videos of mini chocolate chip cookies.
She also shared cinnamon muffins she baked, exclaiming: "Wow, my gorgeous cinnamon muffins."
The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also showed a pot pie with her name carved into the crust.
Over the weekend, Kylie shared some adorable throwback clips of her three-year-old daughter Stormi, who she shares with Travis Scott.
Alongside a series of crying emojis, the reality star gushed: "My baby is growing too fast. I can't handle it."
Kylie shared three snaps on Instagram of wearing a camo-print tube top with matching pants captioned: "it’s the weekend."
Last week, a source exclusively told The Sun that despite all the pregnancy rumors and speculation, Kylie isn't expecting- at least not yet.
The insider said: “Kylie and Travis are doing great. They are in the best place they’ve been in years.
"She is not pregnant, though they have been trying for baby number two for the past few months. They aren’t engaged at this point, either."
The source added that Travis is a doting "hands-on dad" to their daughter Stormi, three, and will be the same way with another child.
However, persistent fans have been wondering if Kylie is pregnant with her second child, but last week she seemed to confirm she was not.
First, she showed off her flat stomach while working out with friends in her home gym.
Kylie then filmed her lunch, ceviche, as well as her seltzer drink with a seven percent alcoholic content.
But before that, Kylie shared a picture of a different sushi order which appeared to be all avocado rolls instead of any raw fish.
Also at the end of part two of the KUWTK reunion, Kylie, her sisters, and mom, all held up shot glasses of tequila, which she did not appear to drink.
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