Jenner, 24, and Scott, 30, “have tried to be monogamous, but it’s been more of a challenge than they thought it would be,” an insider dishes of the duo — who initially called it quits in 2019, a year after welcoming 3-year-old daughter Stormi.
While the billionaire beauty mogul has been happy walking this on-and-off again tightrope with the "Highest in the Room" rapper so far, the insider warns it could become a “nightmare” now that she’s pregnant.
”Kylie’s longed to give Stormi a sibling, but it will be a challenge if she and Travis can’t make it work,” notes the insider. “She tends to drive him crazy with all her rules, particularly when it comes to the secrecy surrounding her pregnancy."
"Travis will be a good dad no matter what, but there’s a chance they’ll go back to being coparents instead of a couple," the source warns.
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OK! learned Jenner wants her baby daddy to move in to her $36 million Holmby Hills, Calif., so they can be a real family. On the other hand, the artist wants to keep his two places in L.A. and Houston, TX, so he can maintain his own personal life.
"Kylie really pushing for 100% — but while he insists he's 100% committed, he also wants his own space," spilled a source. "It's causing drama that Kylie wants Travis to move into her house — she's ready for the next stage — becoming a proper family."
Regardless of Jenner and Scott's apparent stand still on the matter, they are both "beyond thrilled" with the baby news, claimed a source, as they've been trying to give their daughter a younger sibling for "almost a year."