It’s no secret that Kylie likes copying Kim Kardashian, but even though her big sister is now pregnant with baby no. 2, don’t expect Kylie to follow in her footsteps. HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Kylizzle ‘likes being baby free!’
Kylie Jenner, 17, won’t be having a baby with her boyfriend, Tyga, 25, anytime soon. In fact, after watching Kim Kardashian‘s difficult pregnancy, as well as her troubles with conceiving, Kylie wants to push off motherhood for as along as possible.
“Kylie has seen her sisters get pregnant. She also sees Tyga’s child, so one would think she would have baby fever, but that is as far from the truth as possible. Kylie likes being baby free!” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
We certainly don’t blame Kylie. Obviously, she’s just 17 years old, so it’s a huge relief to hear that she, sensibly, doesn’t want to get pregnant anytime soon, but we also understand why she feels this way after seeing what Kim has gone through. During her first pregnancy, Kim, 34, gained a lot of weight. And this time around, she struggled conceiving — having to go through alleged IVF treatments and various procedures — and now suffers from really “bad morning sickness.” After seeing all that, who would want to get pregnant?
Kylie Jenner Gets Birth Control — ‘KUWTK’ Trailer
We must also note that Kylie is taking every precaution to not get pregnant. In the trailer for the second half of Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ 10th season, Khloe Kardashian reveals to Kris Jenner that Kylie is on birth control. Kris says she hopes Kylie is just taking it for skin purposes (birth control is known to help control breakouts), but Khloe and Kylie’s facial expressions tell us that she’s probably wrong. (Watch it above!) To hear more about Kylie and Tyga, head over to iTunes and download the HollywoodLife podcast for free!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Should Kylie wait to have a baby? Vote in our poll and tell us how you feel! HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Kylie’s rep for comment.
— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland