After months, and months, and MONTHS of speculating, Kylie Jenner finally revealed that she’d given birth to a baby girl. That’s right–she totally bypassed a pregnancy announcement and went straight to the birth.
Kylie managed to keep her pregnancy secret (well, we had a pretty strong feeling she was pregnant, but, ya know…) for the whole nine months. But she couldn’t have done it by herself. Her friends, family, and her baby’s dad, Travis Scott, all had to be in on the secret and promise not to tell a soul.
"Keeping Kylie's pregnancy under wraps for an entire nine months was ridiculously difficult for her friends. It was definitely a relief when they could finally congratulate her. It was the hardest secret to keep,” an insider told In Touch magazine.
“But everyone's so happy for Kylie and it's obvious that she's going to be a great mum.”
Her BFF, Jordyn Woods, was constantly being asked about Kylie being pregnant, but she stood by 20-year-old Kylie and kept her happy news to herself.
And Kylie’s personal assistant Victoria Villarroel had her work cut out. She was one of the first to know Kylie was expecting a baby with 25-year-old Travis, and it was her job to manage Kylie’s work schedule and social media. So she’s the woman behind Kylie’s Instagram blackout…
The Kardashians/Jenners had a hell of a job on their hands because not only did they have Kylie’s pregnancy to keep to themselves but Khloe Kardashian’s too. Although, she made it easy for everyone when she confirmed just before Christmas that she and Tristan Thompson were expecting.
The family were constantly being asked about Kylie potentially having a bun in the oven. Remember when Ellen just kept digging for information? Well not one of them buckled under the pressure.
Despite Kylie throwing a slumber party themed baby shower, where we know A LOT of photos were taken of Kylie and her baby bump, not a single one appeared on social media, or was sold to the press.
But why didn’t any of the staff from the baby shower, or even a doctor blab? We get the feeling there may have been a few non-disclosure contracts doing the rounds during that nine months…