As she prepares to welcome her first child with boyfriend Travis Scott all eyes are on Kylie Jenner. While the third trimester is always an exciting time for expectant moms, it seems that’s not quite so the case for the 20-year-old reality star. Between having to constantly hide out in her home and the conspiracy theories about her baby, her pregnancy has been quite a roller coaster ride for fans — to say the least.
Now, as her due date looms close, word is spreading the makeup mogul may be forced to deliver via C-section due to complications with her pregnancy. What could this mean for the mom-to-be?
Ready to Pop
As Kylie Jenner’s due date draws near, the world is waiting with bated breath to see where the 22-year-old reality star will be giving birth. While she recently caused a frenzy when she was allegedly in labor at Los Angeles hospital, a claim that some media outlets have since refuted, there may actually be reason for fans to worry.
An insider told Radar Online the Kylie Cosmetics founder is experiencing minor pregnancy problems that could force her to deliver her baby — rumored to be a girl — at a hospital. Though “Kylie wants to do an at-home birth,” these complications may require the child to be born via C-section, according to the source.
“Kylie is having some minor complications right now that may force her to deliver the baby via C-section,” the informant spilled. “It is nothing too alarming. Her doctors just feel that it may be the best option for her.”
If Kylie does welcome her child via C-section, she will be the first sister in the Kardashian-Jenner family to do so. As fans know, Kim Kardashian had a long and difficult labor with son Saint West, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star managed to have a natural birth at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Always one to strike out on her own, Kylie is said to be hoping she can still stick to her original birthing plan and have her baby in the comfort of her Hidden Hills home.
“Kylie doesn’t want to do a C-section, and she is praying that she will not have to,” the source shared.