Kylie Jenner didn’t stop crying for three weeks after she had her baby boy in February. On Thursday’s episode of “The Kardashians,” the makeup mogul said, “It’s been really hard.”
Kylie agreed with Kendall when she said that her sister’s hormones after giving birth were “probably all over the place.” “I cried for a long time… The 25-year-old founder of Kylie Cosmetics said, “It hurt so much every day that I couldn’t sleep because my head hurt so much.”
“But I’m feeling better in my mind,” she said. “I don’t cry every day, which is good. I don’t have bad days because of my body, but because of my mind.”
Later in the episode, which was filmed in April, Kylie said that it had been almost a year since she had a night out. Even though Kendall, who is 26, invited her younger sister to an 818 Tequila event in Las Vegas, the businesswoman canceled at the last minute to stay home with her son and 4-year-old daughter Stormi.
Kylie has been honest with her Instagram followers about her struggles after giving birth to her two children with her boyfriend Travis Scott. In a March video, the reality star said, “It’s not easy, mentally, physically, or spiritually. It’s just crazy.” “I didn’t want to just go back to my life without saying that.”
The Hulu personality also said that even though “it might look a lot easier for other people,” she was having a “hard” time.
In a May TikTok, Kylie said that after two months, her hormones were starting to “level out.”
She used old audio from a conversation she had with Jordyn Woods in which she said, “I’m getting my personality back, though. Like, I’m feeling like myself again. I was not myself at all.”
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