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For the first time since rumors that Kylie Jenner is pregnant began surfacing earlier this fall, the starlet has acknowledged that the rumors exist. At least, indirectly.
The Daily Mail posted photos of the 20-year-old in oversize sweats which hid what appeared to be a baby bump, along with the headline, “It’s baby Jenner!” The photos recirculated on other entertainment blogs in the hours after the story was published, at which time Jenner retweeted two images to claim that they were “clearly altered.” The photos have since been removed from the original tweet due to copyright issues.
“Check for the crooked lines in the background,” wrote the makeup mogul. “2nd photo is clearly altered.” The Daily Mail claims the photos were not altered.
First of all if you’re going to photoshop my photos blogs/paps!! Check for the crooked lines in the background.2nd photo is clearly altered pic.twitter.com/c9fi0EyhWB
— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) November 5, 2017
On the same day that the paparazzi photos were taken, Jenner posted a full-body photo to Snapchat in which she’s wearing the same oversize Yeezy sweats and posing with sister Khloe Kardashian.
— nathalie wosser (@talliebaby) November 5, 2017
No member of the Kardashian/Jenner brood has publicly confirmed or denied that Jenner is carrying a child (or that her older sister, Khloe, is also pregnant), and all requests to representatives of the fam for more information have gone unanswered.
Many of Jenner’s fans replied to her original tweet by asking why she wouldn’t just confirm or deny whether or not she is pregnant instead of calling out the paparazzi photos. Guess we’ll just have to wait until the end of Jenner’s (possible) term to find out.
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