Monster momager Kris Jenner made sure that she exploited every part of Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy, including filming her baby shower for TV, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned. With the 20-year-old expecting her first child, Kris had the family’s reality show cameras capture every moment of the big event. Kim, Kourtney and pregnant Khloe Kardashian attended their sister’s baby celebration along with Kendall Jenner, all dressed in family-favorite pajamas for the party. “Kylie loves getting ready for her baby, but Kris is always in control,” an insider snitched to Radar. Click through the gallery to see the baby shower photos and to find out how Kris is managing her next grandchild.
Rolling! "Kris wants to get all of the filming in for pregnant Kylie so it can all go on her own show,” the source spilled to Radar about the baby shower held at Kylie’s multi-million-dollar home in Calabasas on Sunday, November 12, 2017.
Even though Kylie was hiding her baby bump from the public, her mother made sure she documented every step of the pregnancy. “The shower was filmed,” the source explained.
Surrounded by family and friends, Kylie hosted the party at her home to control any leaks, the source told Radar.
While big sis Kim posted pictures and videos from her own shower on Saturday, Kylie and Kris had a social media blackout from the event. “The one thing that Kris is keeping under wraps is everything Kylie pregnancy related,” the source explained.
“Kylie is completely hiding out,” the insider told Radar about her infrequent public appearances since the news broke about her baby with Travis Scott.
“Kris has every aspect of Kylie’s pregnancy under control and she is trying to make sure that she gets a huge paycheck from it. From her maternity line to her show, Kris is meticulous in her planning,” the source spilled to Radar.
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