Looking after her little one! Kylie Jenner is very protective over daughter Stormi and will only let loved ones visit the baby under strict conditions.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder, 20, is “a germaphobe,” a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly, and is committed to keeping her 7-week-old daughter with beau Travis Scott out of harm’s way.
“You have to go to her house to visit,” the insider tells Us. “She’s being very careful about keeping the baby healthy and indoors.”
The makeup maven, who designed a butterfly-themed nursery for Stormi in her Hidden Hills, California, estate, also maintains a very strict guest list. Jenner is devoted to keeping her little girl safe and happy in her private space, which includes a $4,200 Vetro Lucite crib, a hand-me-down from sister Kim Kardashian.
Jenner made headlines on February 4 when she finally confirmed her pregnancy and revealed that she had welcomed Stormi three days earlier. The social media mogul, who kept her pregnancy under wraps, tweeted at the time that she chose to stay out of the spotlight “to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free and healthy way [she] knew how.”
The E! personality has been enjoying every aspect of motherhood. “She’s never seemed happier. She’s a really natural mom,” a source told Us in February. “You can tell she feels complete now that she has a baby.”
Kris Jenner also gave an update on the Life of Kylie star while speaking to Us earlier this month. “She’s doing really, really great!” the 62-year-old businesswoman gushed. “The baby’s happy and healthy!”
Kris also defended Kylie’s decision to have a child at a young age. “I think she was just born to have kids. I felt like I was the same way,” she revealed. “I wanted to have a baby when I was 16 years old. I thought about how many kids I would have. So I think that some people are just … when you know, you know.”
For more on Kylie’s life as a mom, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now!
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