Kylie Jenner has deleted all the photographs she had previously shared of her daughter.
The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star hasn’t been able to resist giving fans a glimpse of her four-month-old girl Stormi, whom she has with her boyfriend Travis Scott, on her social networking sites since she gave birth earlier this year, but it seems she’s now had a sudden change of heart and has erased any shots that showed the tiny tot’s face.
The 20-year-old beauty uploaded a photograph on Sunday (10.06.18) of her cuddling up to Stormi but she had cropped the image so that no one could see the little one’s features.
Fans immediately slammed the businesswoman for “cutting her baby out”, to which Kylie hit back: “Yeah i cut my baby out. I’m not sharing photos of my girl right now. (sic)”
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It’s not yet known why Kylie has decided to limit what she shares online regarding her daughter, but this isn’t the first time she has opted to restrict what’s posted on Instagram.
The young entrepreneur took herself out of the limelight while she was pregnant with Stormi because she wanted to focus on the “next chapter” of her life and, although people were speculating that she was expecting her first child, Kylie didn’t confirm the news until she had given birth to the tiny tot and shared a cute montage of the past nine months.
Prior to having Stormi, Kylie had said that she’d quit social media altogether when she became a mother, move out to a farm in Malibu Canyon and “live life” without her phone.
Speaking in 2015, she said: “Once I have a kid I’m not going to be on Instagram. You know, I’ll probably delete my Instagram and just… I don’t know, live life.
“I would love to have a family and build a home with a farm in Malibu Canyon and just have my kids and throw away my phone. Just really, like, live my life and not do this anymore.”
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