Kylie Jenner breaks silence on baby number two

Is Stormi going to get a sibling to play with soon?

Kylie Jenner Stormi

by Hannah Mellin |
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With a family as huge as the Kardashians, its no surprise that there have been rumours that Kylie Jenner, 21, and boyfriend Travis Scott are already planning to expand her brood.

Some fans even speculated that she could already be pregnant after she recently shared a snap of herself cradling her stomach wearing a teeny tiny white dress.

The reality star and business mogul welcomed daughter, Stormi Webster, in February last year and famously kept everyone guessing right up until she gave birth.

We still wonder how on earth she managed to pull it off...

But in a new chat with Interview Germany, Kylie seemed happy to address the rumours, saying that even though she would love to have more kids, she's happy to have Stormi all to herself for now.

She revealed "I do want more kids but I do not have any plans in the near future to have children right now."


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Sleek MakeUp Cream Contour Kit

This nifty little palette from one of our favourite pocket friendly brands, Sleek, has six (count em) shades for you to build and play with depending on your mood, meaning you can go the full hog and contour your face full on Kimmy K style. Pros: For the price point its pigmentation is out of this world. Cons: It's a little bit heavy and not as apt for oily skin types.One reviewer wrote: "I imagine this would be great for people with dry skin as it is very rich and moisturising. I also do think its fine for highlighting and contouring certain areas of my face which aren't oily such as cheekbones and eyebrow arches etc - so if you have oily skin it could be ok for this."

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L'Oréal Infallible Sculpt Contour Palette

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Maybelline Master Sculpt Contouring 01 Light/Medium

This 2 in 1 contouring powder is the best value for money we've found. Not only does it have the highlighter and bronzer, the compact comes with a brush too, meaning no extra pennies need to be spent on tools. Pros: Includes a brush and has a subtle effect best for those new to contouring. **Cons:**Doesn't have excellent durability - do not drop it ud83dude02.One reviewer wrote: "A great starter kit for people new to contouring or who still want to remain looking natural and not overdone."

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Barry M Chisel Cheeks Contour Kit

This perfectly travel-sized palette includes a light powder to highlight, a bronzer to warm, and a dark powder to sculpt; it's the full ticket! Plus it's also great for contour novices as it has a step by step diagram for how to achieve optimum results. Pros: The highlighter is matt, so a good one for oily skin types.Cons: Some fall-out - be prepared to do a tiny clean up with a bit of foundation.One reviewer wrote: "I have been using this for a year now and it's still going, the kit is very pigmented. I am medium-dark skin tone and the two darker shades are so pretty!"

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NYX Professional Makeup Wonder Stick

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Sleek MakeUp Face Contour Kit

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Soap & Glory 3-In-1 Contour Blush & Highlight Kit

The Mighty Contourer makes some bold claims, but by packing three different shades into this palm sized palette this really is a kit for every occasion. Try blending all three for a vibrant, healthy glow. **Pros:**It really is small enough to fit in your pocket AND it has a mirror.Cons: No brush, or it really would be the total package.One reviewer wrote:"This kit is absolutely amazing - the darker colour is dark enough without looking weird and the lighter colour gives me a really healthy matte look to finish!"

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Rimmel London Sculpting Highlighter Palette, Coral Glow9 of 9
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Rimmel London Sculpting Highlighter Palette, Coral Glow

This is the palette for the gal/guy who loves glowy skin. Its warm contour will accentuate your cheekbones and jaw line, and add a sun-kissed bronze, too - even in those chilly winter months. Pros: Blush and shimmer highlight are a welcome addition. Cons: No mirror for easy on-the-go use and a somewhat limited shade range.One reviewer wrote: "I really like this! It's extremely subtle, but you can definitely build it if you want to. If you're into highlighters that pop this isn't for you. But I imagine using a setting spray on your brush beforehand would brighten it up."

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The star also touched upon having Stormi at a young age, explaining that she always felt she was destined to be a young mother.

“I always knew I wanted to be a young mother. I remember people used to ask, ‘are you ready for this?’ And I always knew I was ready but you don’t know what that love and that feeling is like until after you have a child.

“She really comes before me so that is a lot to take in at a young age but I feel like I was definitely made for this and she has changed my life for the better."



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Kylie also took the opportunity to address the criticism she faced after Forbes named her the world's youngest 'self-made billionaire' and admitted that she didn't receive a 'dime' from her parents after the age of 15.

"There’s really no other word to use other than self-made because that is the truth. That is the category that I fall under," she explained.

"Although, I am a special case because before I started Kylie Cosmetics, I had a huge platform and lots of fans.

"I did not get money from my parents past the age of 15. I used 100 per cent of my own money to start the company, not a dime in my bank account is inherited… and I am very proud of that."

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