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Kylie Jenner Names Her Baby Girl Stormi

Kylie Jenner Names Her Baby Girl Stormi

Jenner gave birth to her baby girl on Thursday (US time), following months of speculation over whether she was pregnant. Jenner revealed the baby's name in an Instagram post depicting the "little rager"'s tiny hand gripping her thumb, including her name in the caption.

"I understand you are used to me bringing you along on all my journeys". I knew for myself I needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free, and healthy was I knew how.

'I mean, Rob was there with this daughter as well, but we've already seen his daughter, so it's not a moment. In the message she posted on her website and her app, she gushed about how proud she is of Kylie and how excited she is for their babies, who are only two weeks apart in age, to be besties. "It's incredible. I feel very, very lucky". The cause of the fight is not clear, but Kylie revealed on February 5 that Travis had sent dozens of roses to her place.

Jenner's rep, Carrie Gordon, confirmed the baby's name to USA TODAY.

Kylie Jenner has announced the name of her daughter via Instagram.

Kylie Jenner Names Her Baby Girl Stormi

However, others seem to think the name will be Vanessa which means butterfly in Greek.

This was the first time we've seen Chicago, so it obviously made headlines - but Wendy reckons that it was selfish for Kim to be in the video.

Plus, Jenner and Scott both have matching butterfly tattoos, and live close to Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills restaurant called Mariposa! But things haven't been easier for Kylie and Travis. She also has a large collection of butterfly-themed jewellery, some of which was on display in her birth announcement video.

Jenner's half-sister Kim Kardashian, 37, and her rapper husband Kanye West announced the birth of their third child on January 16, a girl born to a surrogate.

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