KYLIE Jenner’s fans went wild when they thought she had finally posted a photo of her baby son.
A black and white snap of the reality star, 24, kissing her daughter Stormi when she was a baby was posted on an Instagram fan account.
The beauty mogul gave birth to her second child in February and has been deliberately hiding his face on social media.
While some of Kylie’s fans knew the baby in the photo is actually Stormi, now four, others went wild thinking a snap of her baby son had been leaked.
Uno escribió, “I almost shouted thinking it was her son,” y otro añadido: “For a second I thought it was his son.”
“Not me thinking she finally posted her son,” a third posted.
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Kylie welcomed her son with Travis Scott in February, although the couple has still not announced the child’s name.
She admitted that she and Travis have changed their second child’s moniker.
The beauty mogul wrote on her Instagram Story: “FYI our son’s name isn’t Wolf anymore.
“We just really didn’t feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere.”
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Kylie was recently praised for showing off her “stretch marks and extra weight” on her postpartum body.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum was lauded for “normalizing normal bodies” when she shared a photo of her stomach with her baby son’s feet resting on it.
Kylie posted the snap of just the bottom of her baby’s feet on her tummy, taking the photo from above.
Her fans flocked to a Kardashian Reddit thread to praise her for sharing the reality of postpartum bodies.
Uno escribió: “As a mommy, I love the rawness of this picture. The stretched skin, the postpartum tummy, the little extra weight. I just love it.”
Otro agregado: “I love that she posted this. Normalizing normal bodies.”
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“For women who have such big platforms, this is the type of content we need from them! I love this so much!” a third posted.
Another fan declared: “Honestamente, this is probably the most beautiful picture she’s ever posted.”