While Kylie kept her pregnancy completely secret, fans were loving getting a look into her life as a celeb mum. After someone commented that the mother had cut her baby out of the picture, Kylie responded, explaining that she's not "sharing photos of my girl right now".
Taking to social media on Sunday, the beauty mogul confirmed she wouldn't be sharing any more photos of her baby for the foreseeable future, after she was slammed by her 109 million followers for cutting Stormi's face out of an image.
The 20-year-old has now revealed that she won't be posting any pictures of Stormi, who she shares with rapper Travis Scott, on social media for now.
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The stunning image also gave the tiniest peek at Stormi Webster, but when fans called Kylie out for cropping her daughter, she clapped back.
Another photo of Jenner celebrating Stormi's first month is still on the platform too.
In the corner of the photo, we can see a bit of her daughter Stormi Webster's head.
Of course, we can't say for sure why Kylie would do this, but it's not completely surprising.
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It's not the first time Kylie has taken an Instagram hiatus.
However, it seems like the social media Stormi is over ... for now.
"I knew for myself i needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free, and healthy way i knew how. there was no gotcha moment, no big paid reveal i had planned".
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