Though her sister Kim went out and about in public until the day she welcomed a baby girl via surrogate this week, the 20-year-old mom-to-be refuses to leave the house, a family insider told RadarOnline.com.
“She is currently in hiding in Kris’s home, where half of the windows have been covered to prevent any photos of her,” the source claimed.
“Anyone that is there to visit with her must check their cell phones with security guards.”
However, the cell phone check is just the beginning of the process one must undergo in order to visit with the pregnant princess!
“All guests must sign a $10 million confidentiality agreement, and an NDA. If they don’t sign the agreement, they can’t see her,” the source continued to RadarOnline.com. “After signing the papers, there is one more check point, which is the metal detector and pat down."
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Why is the social media queen suddenly so shy? In addition to her fears about strangers or crazed fans coming too close, Jenner is also feeling insecure about her pregnancy curves.
As previously reported, Jenner is “mortified” by the extreme amount of weight she’s gained, and doesn't want friends and fans to see her new body!
“She just really wants to make sure that there are no secret cameras being smuggled in," the source added.
With just about a month to go until she welcomes her daughter, Kylie is also experiencing "minor complications" related to her pregnancy, a source told RadarOnline.com earlier this week, and may have to deliver via C-section.
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