Pregnant Kylie Jenner Reportedly Has Intimate Baby Shower For Second Child At Sister Khloé's House While Remaining Low-Key After Astroworld Tragedy
Kylie Jenner is getting everything in order for baby number two.
The 24-year-old star — who is already mama to 3-year-old daughter Stormi — is currently pregnant with her and Travis Scott's second child.
According to TMZ, the Kylie Cosmetics founder was thrown a lavish baby shower at her sister Khloé Kardashian's house in Calabasas, Calif., over the weekend. The event — which included a massage station — was more low-key than the famous family's normally larger-than-life parties, and the guest list was limited to just family and some close friends.
The former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star first announced her second pregnancy in August, although it still remains unclear exactly how far along she is, or when the baby is due.
Fans most likely weren't offered a glimpse into Jenner's soirée, as the young mom has been making herself scarce on social media in light of the controversy surrounding her baby daddy's Astroworld Festival tragedy.
In November, the "SICKO MODE" rapper, 30, was performing on stage in Houston, Tex., when a deadly crowd surge left hundreds of concertgoers injured and ten dead.
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The embattled rap star was later named in over a hundred lawsuits, along with Live Nation and the festival venue, NRG Park.
As OK! previously reported, Scott tried reaching out to the victims' families by offering to cover funeral costs, but most of the grieving families turned down his offer.
The "OUT WEST" artist recently broke his silence on the matter in a sit-down interview last week, where he maintained he wasn't aware of the dire situation going on in the audience while he was performing on stage.
In fact, Scott insisted to Charlamagne tha God during the interview that he wasn't told about the fatalities until "minutes before the press conference."
Jenner — who was in attendance for the chaotic concert with the pair's toddler — also claimed the couple wasn't aware of the severity of the situation until after the show.
Scott has since filed to dismiss one of the lawsuits against him, insisting he shouldn't be found legally responsible for the horrific events that unfolded at the festival. According to the court docs, Scott is reportedly trying to issue a "general denial," meaning he could release one response to the hundreds of allegations against him.