Kylie Jenner steals hearts with photo of baby Stormi in a $625 Gucci baby carrier

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 04, 2018
10:02 A.M.
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Ever since Kylie Jenner welcomed to the world her only child Stormi Webster, she has bought very expensive items for her.


She proved that things haven’t changed in a photo shared on her Instagram account on June 3. In it, Kylie is seen wearing a long, white shirt and silver shorts while holding Stormi in a baby carrier.

In the caption, Kylie wrote: ‘happy birthday North & P,’ which set clear that she took her daughter to the unicorn-themed pre-birthday party that Kim Kardashian’s daughter North and Kourtney Kardashian’s child Penelope had.

According to Daily Mail, one of the most interesting aspects of the photo is that the carrier where Stormi was being held was designed by Gucci and it costs $625.

Even though it was hard to tell given the fact that Stormi’s upper body was completely covered by the carrier, she was wearing a white bow around her head, golden shorts similar to the ones her mother put on, and she was barefoot.


While the party was intended to celebrate North and Penelope’s birthdays, the truth is that North will turn 5 on June 15 and Penelope will be 6 on July 8.

As shared on the Instagram Stories of the Kardashian/Jenner clan, the children and guests enjoyed their time hopping on ponies, eating donuts and cakes from the food tables, and playing in the swimming pool.

According to People, Kylie and Travis Scott, who is the father of Stormi, have been dating since April 2017, when they were spotted at a Coachella party. Weeks later, they were next to each other during an NBA playoff game in Houston, Texas.

Later, in September 2017, the rumors about her pregnancy started circulating on the Internet. However, neither of them revealed anything until February 2018, when Kylie uploaded an 11-minute video on her YouTube channel showcasing her pregnancy journey.

At the moment, the couple is still together and they are doing their best to give Stormi the best possible childhood.