Kylie Jenner Shares Sweet Black-and-White Pics of Herself With Daughter Stormi
By Jennifer Drysdale
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Kylie Jenner is loving life as a new mom.
The 20-year-old reality star took to Instagram on Friday to share three new photos of herself with her baby girl, Stormi. Jenner and her 7-week-old daughter stare into the camera in the black-and-white shots, showing off their clear resemblance. The brunette beauty, who welcomed Stormi with boyfriend Travis Scott on Feb. 1, previously gushed over how much Stormi looks like her.
Jenner, wearing a necklace reading "baby girl," sweetly smiles in the third pic of the slideshow, as she admires her daughter, who is dressed in a grey onesie.
"Stormiiiiiiiii," Jenner captioned the slideshow.
ET spoke with Jenner's BFF, Jordyn Woods, in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where she gave an update on how the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is handling parenthood -- and how she's supporting her through this new phase of her life.
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"I think no matter who your best friend is, it’s important to be there for them and be supportive, and obviously you want to help guide them in whatever decision they make because everyone is their own person," Woods shared. "They make their own decision. It’s just your job to be there as a friend to be supportive."
"I think that whenever someone has a child, no matter who it is, there’s always growth and things to be learned so I think it’s just -- child birth and becoming a parent is a beautiful thing," she said.
Jenner was extremely private over the course of her pregnancy, not confirming to fans that she was expecting until after she gave birth. Since Stormi's arrival, however, Jenner's seemed to loosen up, and has been posting pics of Stormi on social media. As for whether Stormi will make an appearance on a possible season two of Life of Kylie, Woods said, "You have to find the happy medium of keeping your private life private and your personal life. We'll see."