Caitlyn Jenner sparked concern after she failed to make an appearance in Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy announcement video after she welcomed a baby girl on February 1.
But Kylie Jenner’s father has made up for it by splashing out on gifts for newborn baby Stormi after she missed the birth.
Caitlyn, 68, was in Ireland on the day Kylie’s first child was born but has gifted the baby with some luxury items to make up for missing the big arrival.
[To Our Daughter Video/ YouTube]
[Kylie Jenner/ Instagram ]
According to TMZ, the items include two £180 nappy bags, one for Kylie and one for her boyfriend Travis Scott, a £1,000 buggy and a £500 white rocking sheep which is made from real sheepskin.
Caitlyn broke her silence on Kylie’s new arrival on Twitter, after fans noticed she was absent from the video detailing Stormi’s arrival into the world.
“My daughter just had a daughter,” she wrote alongside an old photo of Kylie as a baby. “It’s amazing to be by your side through this journey. Can’t wait to watch her grow.”
Kylie Jenner and best friend Jordan Woods pose at her baby shower [Kylie Jenner/YouTube]
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Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kylie Jenner, 20, recently welcomed her first child with Travis Scott – and kept her pregnancy a closely-guarded secret for months.
But after finally unveiling the news the world had been waiting for with a beautiful YouTube video, Kim Kardashian West’s little sister has finally revealed her baby’s name – as Stormi.
Taking to Instagram, Kris Jenner’s youngest child posted a picture of her little tot’s hand, captioning the picture with simply the very unique name: “Stormi”.
The reality TV finally broke her silence on the pregnancy speculation and confirmed she had given birth surrounded by her and Travis’ family at the beginning of February.
Sharing a heartfelt statement on Instagram, Kylie confirmed she gave birth to a healthy baby girl on February 1.
Kylie also revealed why she chose to keep her pregnancy hidden, explaining she didn’t want her baby to “feel every stress and emotion”.