Kylie Jenner from KUWTK Says Pregnancy Prepared Her for Self-Isolation Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Kylie Jenner has opened up about her experience since she began self-isolating a few days ago. She confessed that her pregnancy with baby Stormi has helped prepare her for this period.
Amid the current coronavirus pandemic, Kylie Jenner has spoken up about her quarantine experience, which she started a few days ago.
Daily Mail reported that the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star told her fans that her pregnancy prepared her for self-isolation. According to Kylie, she had spent most of her days indoors when she was pregnant with her daughter, Stormi.
Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Olga Kurylenko, Idris Elba, and Kristofer Hivju are among celebrities who have tested positive for coronavirus.
It would be recalled that when she was pregnant in 2017, the mother-of-one had ensured that she did all she could to conceal her baby bump.
Her Instagram pictures at the time usually featured her rocking big, comfortable clothes as she stayed out of the spotlight throughout the end of 2017 and the start of 2018. It wasn’t until she had her baby in February 2018, that Kylie confirmed that she was indeed pregnant.
Meanwhile, the businesswoman got called out by U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams. Jerome stated that he wanted Kylie and other social media influencers to use their platform to get teens and millennials to understand the gravity of the pandemic.
People reported that the Surgeon General had appeared on a March 19 episode of “Good Morning America” where he told the show’s hosts:
“We need to get our influencers...we need to get Kylie Jenner, and our social media influencers out there helping folks understand that this is serious.”
As regards the ongoing pandemic, Vulture recounted that Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Olga Kurylenko, Idris Elba, and Kristofer Hivju are among celebrities who have tested positive for coronavirus.
All confirmed cases were revealed by the stars who took to their individual social media pages to share the news.
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