Kylie Jenner surpasses Beyoncé for most-liked Instagram photo ever

Kylie Jenner surpasses Beyoncé for most-liked Instagram photo ever

Kylie Jenner surpasses Beyoncé for most-liked Instagram photo ever

Meanwhile, sister Khloe Kardashian is now pregnant with her first child too, and the 33-year-old admits all the family baby news is so exciting, it's nearly overwhelming. The clip includes video messages to Stormi from Jenner, grandmother Kris Jenner and some of Jenner's friends. It overtook Christiano Ronaldo's snap announcing the birth of his fourth child for the top spot with nearly a million more likes in total. The Revenge Body star posted these glamorous shots to Instagram, and we can't believe she still puts in this much effort! And Stormi Webster definitely has a ring to it. The reality star took to Instagram to share the news with her 103 million followers. Kylie shared in a heartfelt post that her daughter was born on 1st February and said for to her fans keeping her fans in the dark.

The source adds, "All Kylie wants is for her privacy to be protected right now and is pretty demanding about that at this time".

Her social media presence is usually omnipresent, but Jenner was uncharacteristically quiet in the months leading up to Stormi's birth, and fans speculated that she was pregnant despite her silence on the topic.


When Cohen pressed, asking if the family explicitly said anything to guests asking them not to discuss Kylie's pregnancy, she admitted it was more of an unspoken understanding.

Stormi Webster is only six days old (she was born on February 1), but she's already inherited the Kardashian-Jenners' ability to break the internet. There was no gotcha moment, no big paid reveal that I had planned. "Thank you everyone for the outpouring of love for our precious Stormi!" she captioned a screenshot of Kylie's pic.

Fans were convinced the 20-year-old and her rapper boyfriend went with "Butterfly" as the name of their first child, as butterflies have been ever present in their pregnancy journey.

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