Kylie Jenner’s personal life will be explored further in the second season of her famous family’s hit reality series “The Kardashians,” as she recently shared her journey after giving birth to her baby boy in a show teaser.
According to People Magazine, the 25-year-old beauty mogul can be seen talking to her sister Kendall in the latest trailer for the famed Hulu show.
The Kylie Cosmetics CEO opened up about her true feelings following the birth of her second child with Travis Scott earlier this year.
“I should be really happy right now, I just had this new baby, but I cried nonstop for like three weeks.”
The makeup artist did not explain why she was emotional at the time, but hopefully, there will be answers when the show premieres on Hulu on September 22.
Kylie Jenner took a break from social media before the birth of her baby boy, whose name has yet to be revealed to the public.
Fans were taken aback when the beauty mogul returned to Instagram and shared an emotional story about her postpartum experience.
The youngest Jenner said in a video posted on her stories that her baby journey was different this time compared to her daughter Stormi Webster because it was more complicated.
She went on to say that the experience impacted her spiritually, mentally, and physically.
Jenner stated that because she only returned to work in February, she wanted to address her issues before things returned to normal in her career.
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star explained that while the public perceives mothers as having an easy time, it takes a toll on them because of the added pressure.
“It hasn’t been easy for me either. It’s been hard and I just wanted to say that.”
Even though the aftereffects of childbirth were difficult for Jenner, she said she celebrated small steps toward reclaiming her normal life as she returned to working out for her body.
Her second child was named Wolf Webster at birth, but she revealed a month later that she and Scott would change the child’s name because they didn’t think it suited him.