Where’d you get that bling, Kylie Jenner?! The reality star sparked new speculation that she’s married to Tyga by flaunting a diamond band on her left ring finger. Could she really have tied the knot at just 17 years old?
Kylie Jenner is sporting a new diamond ring, but here’s the kicker — she’s wearing it on her left ring finger! The 17-year-old shared a glamorous Instagram shot on July 27, in which the focus appears to be on the jewelry on her left hand, adding fuel to the rumors that she’s married to her 25-year-old boyfriend, Tyga.
In the gorgeous pic, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star cuts off part of her face and body, but makes sure to carefully place her left hand on her shoulder, clearly front and center in the frame. Among other rings, she’s noticeably wearing two bands on her ring finger — one which she started wearing in May and originally sparked engagement rumors, and another brand new one with diamonds.
Interestingly, she also captioned the pic, “king kylie,” which is the same name she uses on Instagram, and also could be a reference to Tyga’s son, King Cairo. Later, the reality star shared another, similar snap, this one from much farther away, showing off her entire face and upper body. But she’s still making sure to flaunt that left hand!
This new development comes just one day after Kylie teased her dad, Caitlyn Jenner, 65, that she would be married at 17 in the season premiere of I Am Cait on July 26. In one scene, the former Olympian reveals that her mom, Esther, was just 17 when she tied the knot, to which Kylie replied, “Kind of like me!” Afterward, the 17-year-old flashed a huge smile, and Caitlyn retorted, “I better not hear that from you!”
Even if Tyga and Kylie haven’t made it official yet, there’s been much speculation that they’ll do so after she turns 18 in August. However, a source tells HollywoodLife.com that Kylie’s just trying to get her parents’ attention.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is Kylie’s new ring a wedding band? Do you think she and Tyga are married?
— Alyssa Norwin