Kylie Jenner Talks Coparenting Dynamic With Ex Travis Scott

Kylie Jenner Says She and Ex Travis Scott Are 'Doing the Best Job That We Can' at Coparenting

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Kylie Jenner is sharing a glimpse at her present dynamic with ex Travis Scott.

Throughout an interview with WSJ. Journal printed on Wednesday, October 25, Jenner, 25, was requested how coparenting with Scott, 32, goes.

“It’s going … I believe we’re doing one of the best job that we are able to do,” stated the wonder mogul.

Jenner and Scott — who break up in January after relationship on and off since 2017 — share daughter Stormi, 5, and son Aire, 20 months. Months after the duo referred to as it quits, Scott confirmed that he nonetheless thinks extremely of Jenner.

“A magnificence,” the “Sicko Mode” rapper commented on a number of photographs of Jenner uploaded by the @kyliecosmetics Instagram web page in April.

A supply solely instructed Us Weekly on the time that Jenner thought the remark “was actually candy of Travis,” noting that the exes remained on good phrases.

“Regardless that they’re not collectively, they’ve a tremendous bond and are nonetheless finest associates. They’ve an open line of communication and a exceptional coparenting relationship,” the insider shared on the time. “They’ve at all times made certain their children know that they’re each there for them always and that can by no means change.”

Kylie Jenner Says She and Ex Travis Scott Are 'Doing the Best Job That We Can' at Coparenting
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Jenner opened up about a number of the challenges she’s confronted as a mother throughout her interview with WSJ, calling her choice to vary her son’s title from Wolf Jacques to Aire “the toughest factor that I’ve ever achieved in my life.” (Jenner filed to legally change her son’s title in June, over one yr after his start.)

“I’m nonetheless like, ‘Did I make the fitting choice?’’ she admitted. “The postpartum hit and the hormones and I couldn’t even decide or assume straight. And it simply destroyed me. I couldn’t title him. And I used to be like, ‘I really feel like a failure. I don’t have a reputation for my son.’ So, it took me some time. After which the longer I waited, the tougher it was to call him.”

The Kylie Cosmetics entrepreneur additionally spoke candidly about how her daughter Stormi has modified her perspective on magnificence and self-love.

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“My daughter has completely taught me much more about myself, and seeing myself in her has modified every part. I’ve had a lot progress and am simply embracing pure magnificence,” Jenner defined. “I’m educating her about errors that I made and ensuring she is aware of she’s simply excellent precisely how she is.”

Jenner counted getting breast augmentation surgical procedure amongst her previous errors. “I most likely simply ought to have waited till I perhaps had children or let my physique simply develop,” she stated of her choice to endure the process at age 19.

Jenner added that, for her, motherhood is about “educating our children to do higher than us [and] be higher variations of who we have been.”