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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Kylie Jenner is "recharging" her batteries out of the spotlight

    The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is reportedly expecting her first child with her boyfriend Travis Scott and is pleased to be taking a break as she has "worked hard her entire life"


    A source told Entertainment Tonight: "Kylie’s worked hard her entire life, and being a mother will be a lot of work, so now is a chance for her to recharge."

    It comes after a source revealed Kanye West - who has four-year-old daughter North and two-year-old son Saint with his wife, Kim Kardashian West - recently had a man-to-man chat with Travis about the responsibilities of parenthood.

    They previously explained: "It was an emotional conversation as Kanye explained to Travis how wonderful it is becoming a father for the first time, how his whole life is about to change for the better. It was a beautiful, sweet moment between the two guys, but there was also an important point Kanye wanted to make to the younger rapper. Kanye made it clear to Travis that he needs to step it up big time. Kanye is protective of all of his family and wanted Travis to know that he better not let Kylie down in anyway once the baby arrives, 'cause Kanye will be watching."

    And Kylie has been busy working on a nursery for the little one.

    A source shared: "She loves to talk about the nursery. She received a lot of gifts at her shower, including baby necessities and clothes. She has also bought a lot of things herself. Not wanting to get out much, her focus has instead been on buying things online for the baby ... She has expressed some concerns about giving [birth] and the recovery, but she isn’t freaking out. It seems more like first-time mom concerns."

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