Kylie Jenner is one proud mama! The Kardashians star rushed to Instagram Wednesday to congratulate her first-born child, daughter Stormi, on graduating pre-kindergarten.
“My sweet girl graduated pre-k today 🏻💐,” the mom-of-two wrote alongside the snap, which showed her crouching down next to the 5-year-old who was holding a bouquet of roses.
Jenner, 25, opted for a business chic look for the special day, wearing an oversized black blazer atop a white tee and a pair of blue jeans.
Her daughter wore a lace-detailed white dress, with her curly hair up in a ponytail.
It wasn’t long before the sweet post saw celebs rush to the comments section, with Hailey Bieber writing, “Grown up girl .”
“Awww she’s growing up ❤️,” model Nicole Williams English added.
The reality star and Kylie Cosmetics founder shares Stormi and one-year-old son Aire with rapper and ex-boyfriend Travis Scott. While she usually remains tight-lipped about her home life, Jenner recently divulged on her future plans in an April interview with HommeGirls.
“I don’t have a number in my mind,” she told the outlet when asked if she plans on having more children.
“Some women do, but I don’t really have a plan. I think that whatever happens is meant to happen.”
“It’s really such a blessing that I’ve been able to live and experience so much life at such a young age,” she continued.
“I have two kids, I’m 25. Honestly. I’ve never been happier. As I get older, I get more appreciative of my life, my family, my friends and having all these opportunities.”
In other news – Pat Robertson has died
Televangelist Pat Robertson, best known for his five decades as host of The 700 Club, has died. He was 93. Robertson’s death was first announced by the Christian Broadcasting Network, which he founded. A cause of death was not given.
Robertson served as host of The 700 Club from 1966 through 2021, save for a year off from 1987 to 1988 when he made an unsuccessful run for president. Not long after Robertson created CBN in 1960, The 700 Club became its flagship program (which is still airing today), though it has been widely criticized for its conservative approach to political commentary and daily news topics. Robertson announced his departure from the daily series on Oct. 1, 2021, and he was succeeded as full-time host by his son Gordon.Read More