Kylie Jenner can’t stop celebrating her man.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and lip kit mogul, 20, continues to celebrate birthday boy Travis Scott turning 26 during a trip to Turks and Caicos. And while she’s been sharing some sultry photos of that five-star vacation, it’s a family getaway for sure. Their 3-month-old daughter, Stormi, is living the Caribbean life.
Here are all the photos of the trip that Kylie has shared on social media so far, Instacram style…
Yes, there is a lot of couple-y stuff happening during Kylie and Travis’s amazing-looking trip — yacht jaunts and beach strolls included.
But the new mama is feeling good in her post-baby swimsuit body — and is showing it off. Here she is at sea…
And here she is on land…
Or, as she likes to call it, in “paradise”:
To all the people who freak out every time Kylie leaves the house without her kid, rest assured Stormi is on the trip. Kylie — who says she’s had zero trouble adjusting to motherhood, according to her new interview conducted by big sister Kim in the Evening Standard — celebrated her “pretty girl” turning “3 months old” on the trip.
And baby Stormi seems to have that laid-back Caribbean vibe going. Look at her just chillin’ in Kylie’s arms. It’s almost like, at just 3 months old, that kid knows Mama is on track to become her family’s first billionaire, and she’s living on easy street.
On Friday, Kylie shared some photos of herself paddleboarding amid reports that she receives up to $1 million per Instagram post. (So basically these next two photos just earned her $2 million.)
Kylie talked motherhood in that ES interview, including how she and Travis came up with Stormi’s name. It’s not the most remarkable story. She actually said there are other names she prefers, and she isn’t sure if she or Travis came up with Stormi. Kylie also bragged that she enjoys changing diapers (“it’s really satisfying”), and that handling a newborn hasn’t been challenging (instead it’s “so much fun”). Whelp, it certainly makes it easier to have a big fat bank account so you can afford help.
Super-fancy, relaxing vacations in paradise don’t hurt either.
[Editor’s note: This post was originally published May 2, 2018 at 3:11 p.m. ET.]
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