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Mystery Solved? This Theory About Kylie Jenner's Pregnancy Reveal Might Actually Be True

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Jan. 31 2018, Updated 8:37 p.m. ET

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WikiPedia, also known as the all-knowing but “please do not cite in your research paper” information source, may have accidentally revealed how Kylie Jenner will announce her pregnancy!

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A KarJenner fan was the first to spot the 20-year-old’s (possible) reveal date on the site’s rundown of the remaining episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians season 14.

“Wait...I just clocked that the season finale of KUWTK is going to be called ‘We’re Expecting!’...and the episodes where Khloé and Kim announce they’re expecting have already aired...which means...MAYBE WE’RE FINALLY GETTING KYLIE CONFIRMATION?” the fan captioned a picture of the possible Wikileak.

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Fans were quick to assume that all signs pointed to a Kylie pregnancy reveal.

Many even speculated that the reveal would come after she actually gave birth, as she is rumored to be due in early February, while the "We’re Expecting" episode airs on February 25th.

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As OK! readers’ know, Kylie is currently expecting her first child with boyfriend Travis Scott. While the mom-to-be has yet to confirm her pregnancy, and done her best to remain out the public eye, she was seen for the first time in months, sporting what appeared to be a large baby bump, while at a construction site last week.

Do you think the fan theory has it right? Sound off in the comments!

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