Kylie Jenner & Travis Scott have chosen a name for their baby

Publish Date
Saturday, 3 February 2018, 11:57AM
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Kylie Jenner has reportedly chosen a name for her baby girl.

And fans went nuts on Twitter trying to guess what that moniker could be, from Kouture to Storm to Jessie to Christ.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is expecting her first child this month with rapper Travis Scott.

On Friday People said that a name has definitely been selected, but no hints were dropped.

In January, one tweeter said that they heard the name could be Storm. But now other named have been added, including Jessie and Christ.

One favorite is Kouture Jenner. 

The name she for sure won't be choosing is Dream; that's what Blac Chyna calls her daughter with Rob Kardashian.

Chyna had son King Cairo with Kylie's ex Tyga.

The site also claimed Kylie will not be selling the baby photos and she will be staying out of the public eye after the child is born.

The star prefers to stay at her Hidden Hills, California home than go out; and People has claimed she often spends the night at mom Kris Jenner's mansion when she is lonely.

The same outlet reported in late January that the Lip Kit mogul, who is 'anxious' about expecting the child, wants a pain free birth and is ready to use medicine to make it easier.

As far as how the youngest Jenner feels about having a baby so young, the insider says that she is certainly apprehensive.

'She is nervous about the birth and anxious about pain,' noted the insider. 'She wants to have an easy birth and is open to pain medicine.'

It was also added that her nursery is for her little girl is 'pink, pink and pink.' And sister Kourtney has been telling her what organic food and diapers to buy.

As far as Scott, 25, he is 'around and supportive' but he won't be popping the question anytime soon.

'They have no plans to get married, or even engaged. Kylie expects to rely mostly on her family for help and she seems fine with that,' said the source. 

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