Kylie Jenner just broke the internet with her all-natural look in sweatpants, tied hair, and no make-up.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul stepped out of her home on Tuesday afternoon to enjoy fresh air and snacks to visit her BFF Stassie Karanikolaou. Based on her photo, the 22-year-old looked chic and comfortable in her tie-dye sweatsuit. It’s not every day that we get to see the multi-millionaire looking make-up free and wearing ordinary clothes so it’s no surprise her photo went viral.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kardashian-Jenner clan continues to observe social distancing. In fact, the Keeping Up With the Kardashian star shared how she’s spending her time at home with her two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster who she shares with Travis Scott.
Earlier this April, Kylie went on Instagram Live together with her best friend Stassie. According to her, she bought her daughter every outdoor Troll and she also has bouncy houses as well as water toys. Stormi has been spending her time in the pool daily. She also got her kid a slip n’ slide. She added that she has been outside every day.
So why is she doing all these? She said that Stormi has been used to having playdates with her cousins Chicago West and True Thompson and since they couldn’t play together nowadays, she wants to keep her daughter entertained.
Kylie and Travis are still co-parenting Stormi even while quarantining at the Kylie Cosmetics owner’s house. Travis doesn’t stay every night but he drops by to see them often. They have a great system in place as far as Stormi is concerned. Kylie herself is grateful that he is very involved with their daughter.- Advertisement -
Meanwhile, Kylie joined the many celebrities who extended help during this pandemic. In fact, Dr. Thais Aliabadi, her physician and OB-GYN, said she donated $1,000,000 to them to help buy masks, face shields, and other protective gears and equipment to the frontliners. The doctor took to Instagram to share the good news and to thank the “Living Angel” for the donation. The doctor felt very blessed and said that helping workers in the ER and ICU is very gratifying.