Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Document Baby Wolf's Arrival in Home Video
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott welcomed their son Wolf Webster on 2-22-22.
After keeping her pregnancy under wraps, the beauty mogul shared a video documenting the journey leading up to their second child. The nearly 10-minute clip, titled “To Our Son,” opens with Kylie getting her pregnancy test back as Travis hugs her. They visit the doctor with their daughter Stormi and capture Kylie’s mother Kris Jenner’s emotional reaction when she is informed that she’s about to have another grandchild.
“This is one of the happiest days of my life,” says Jenner.
Stormi shares her excitement over becoming a big sister. She kisses her mother’s pregnant belly and doesn’t object when her mom asks how she would feel if her brother was born on her birthdate of Feb. 1.
“You and the baby could have the same birthday. You okay with that?” Kylie asks Stormi (Wolf was born a day after his big sister on Feb. 2).
The couple—who recently fueled marriage rumors—poses for a photo shoot and celebrates Stormi and her cousin Chicago’s birthday. Kanye West is also seen at the party, which he originally said he wasn’t invited to.
Travis’ mother also makes a cameo. She reveals that her son called her at 2 a.m. and informed her that he was having another baby. “This was the best thing ever for him,” she says. “I see a different person in my son.”
Kylie’s family including sisters Kendall, Kourtney, Khloé, and Kim share heartwarming messages for their new nephew. “I pray that you love the family that you are born into because we’re very special,” says Kim, who is joined by North West.
At the lavish baby shower, the couple receives designer gifts from Dior, Tiffany, and Burberry, while Kris Jenner gives an emotional speech.
We also get a peek at Wolf’s nursery and his already impressive shoe collection, including his own Cactus Jack Nikes just like daddy.
The video ends with Kylie in the delivery room before fading to black. “What’s up boy! What’s up big boy!” Travis can be heard saying as his son enters the world at 8 lbs., 13 oz.