Kylie Jenner Gives Birth to Baby Girl After Hiding Pregnancy

Kylie Jenner

But Keeping Up With the Kardashians fans were in for a double surprise - because during Kylie's wonderful video, big sister Kim made a decision to allow her latest arrival, baby Chicago, to be filmed and seen in public for the first time.

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"Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, attractive baby girl", Kim wrote on her website when she announced Chicago's birth.

Kylie Jenner has finally announced the birth of her first child with rapper Travis Scott, following months of rife pregnancy rumours. It also captures Jenner's relationship with her boyfriend, Travis Scott, over the past nine months. "I knew my baby would feel every stress and every emotion so I chose to do it this way for my little life and our happiness", she said.

The birth of her daughter seems to have ended the push for total privacy.

In a note to fans today (Feb 4), Kylie explained why she chose to keep her pregnancy private.

Jenner's family have now followed suit and broken their silence on social media.

She has yet to reveal the child's name. The YouTube video has been titled as, "To Our Daughter".

Khloe Kardashian, who is seven months pregnant herself, called her younger sister "cute mommy".

Take a look at the video that she is referring to, and believe us that it's really emotional.

Additionally, Seventeen magazine reports that Kylie has moved back into Casa Kris Jenner while waiting to deliver.

Kim is one to stick to a theme, so it's no surprise she also announced her first pregnancy during an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Kylie confirmed she had given birth to a little girl.

"God is SO good!" "We are blessed beyond belief". Khloe and her boyfriend, National Basketball Association player Tristan Thompson, are also expecting a baby in March.

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