Inside Kylie Jenner’s Baby Shower, From Giraffe Decor to All the Gifts


Kylie Jenner may or may not have already privately welcomed her second child with Travis Scott, but the reality star offered her 301 million Instagram followers an intimate look at her baby shower ahead of the baby’s birth. With white decor and giraffe sculptures, Jenner’s shower was like any other Kardashian party: Lavishly designed and picturesque. “🤍👼🏽🦒,” Jenner captioned her post.

You can view all the photos here on Jenner’s Instagram. Jenner wore a white body-con dress to the dinner, giving a rare look at her late maternity style.

Jenner didn’t specify when exactly her baby shower happened, but it was likely last month. TMZ reported on Dec. 14 that the family celebrated it. Multiple sources told the outlet at the time that Khloé Kardashian hosted the party at her house. “We’re told it was mostly low-key, attended by Kylie’s family, including her nieces and nephews and a few close friends,” TMZ wrote.

Jenner has kept a low profile on social media in the wake of the Astroworld festival tragedy where hundreds were injured and 10 were killed. She did hit a major milestone this week, though, surpassing 300 million followers on Instagram. She is now the second most followed person and the first woman to cross that 300 million follower threshold.

Jenner never announced her due date, although People reported in late August that she was a few months along in her pregnancy.

Jenner did reveal in her Vogue 73 Questions video that she and Travis are keeping the baby’s sex a surprise even for themselves. “Well, we need to find out the gender first [before we choose a name], and we decided to wait,” she said.

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