Enjoy your friends while you can, Kylie!
We still don't know if Kylie Jenner is actually preggers, though the lack of any type of straight-up denial from the Kardashian camp would certainly seem to speak for itself. But that didn't keep Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry—who had her son Isaac was she was just 17—from sharing her thoughts about the supposed bun in Jenner's oven in a recent interview with TMZ.
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"She's pretty young and I can't imagine a whole lot of her friends have kids," she explained. "So that might be a little hard for her. Your social life definitely changes because you can't always go out when your friends want to go out because you're either pregnant or have a newborn. I don't know, when your fans can't really relate, they kind of just stop coming around."
A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Sep 24, 2017 at 11:42am PDT
I don't know... this squad looks pretty tight. And we can't even begin to imagine a world where people don't want to Keep Up with the Lip Kit Queen, the youngest person ever to make Forbes' 100 List, with a net worth of $41 million. Of course, Kailyn's sitch was a little different because she was still in high school when she got pregnant. The 16 and Pregnant alum did go on to add that the fact that Kylie has built an empire as a cosmetics mogul will prob make juggling a newborn with both her social life and career a little easier.
A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 9, 2017 at 12:14pm PDT
"I think it will be different for her because I'm sure she'll have a lot of help and have nannies and stuff," Lowry explained. "I mean, having money can definitely make things easier."
So can having a support system that includes four big sisters and one seriously hands-on Momager.
A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Sep 19, 2017 at 12:57pm PDT
How long, do you think, until we see the first teen mom Maternity Kollection by Kylie?
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