People: Kylie Jenner Is ‘Very Self-Conscious’ about Her Pregnant Body

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The full story from People Magazine:

Since Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy was confirmed nearly two months ago, the social media mogul has largely remained out of the spotlight — and she intends to stay that way, at least for now.

“Kylie is only trusting her closest friends and her sisters right now. She wants to reveal things on her own terms but she’s of course having fun teasing everyone. She knows all the attention is on her and her baby bump, but she won’t share until she wants to,” a source close to the Kylie Cosmetics founder tells PEOPLE.

In September, multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE that the 20-year-old reality star is due in February with her first child — a baby girl — with rapper Travis Scott, whom she has been dating since earlier this year after splitting from her on-again, off-again boyfriend Tyga in April.

“Travis is so excited about the baby. They’re both trying to enjoy this time for themselves and keep it private as long as they can. They know it’s going to be a frenzy when they do come out,” an insider close to the 25-year-old rapper tells PEOPLE. “Travis is crazy about Kylie and he feels so lucky to have her and the baby,” adds the insider. “The family has been welcoming — they know how important it is to Kylie that everyone gets along.”

Although the couple is elated about becoming parents, the expectant Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is feeling self-conscious about her figure.

“Her body is changing and she’s very self-conscious about it,” says the source. “She’s always been insecure that she’s not as curvy or pretty as her sisters.”

Despite having feelings of insecurity as a result of her changing shape, the Lip Kit business mogul has her loving and supportive boyfriend by her side.

“Kylie and Travis are very happy together,” the source shares. “They spend time away from the spotlight and he’s been supportive.”

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Ariel Winter Brings the Quote of the Day

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On the worst things she’s ever been called:

‘I started trying to dress for my body and was called a s~~~ or a fat hooker. It got even worse as I was turning 13, 14, 15. It really took so much of my self- esteem. It was really disappointing that people would hate me so much for dressing how I wanted to.’

… says Ariel.

 

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Khloe Kardashian: ‘I never knew I wasn’t an ideal weight growing up’

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On never feeling overweight:

‘I never knew I wasn’t an ideal weight growing up – my family never made me feel less than. We all looked different. They put me in more sports than my sisters, but I was more athletic. I didn’t know I was bigger until I started doing our TV show, and once I was in the public eye, people were able to pick me apart. That’s when I was like, “Oh my gosh, I guess I’m chubby … or I guess I’m bigger.”I really commend my mom and my sisters for never making me feel less than. Everyone always ask me, “How do you have so much confidence?” And I’m like, ‘I don’t know!’ I was allowed to wear the body-con dresses, the Herve Leger dresses my sisters wore. I didn’t feel like I was too big to wear that, I was like, “I look cute, I look good”. Granted, I should’ve bought a size bigger, but I looked cute.’

On taking a stand against weight-shaming skinny women like her sister:

‘But just because you’re thin – there’s still bullying and body shaming with skinny girls. That’s how Kendall was all the time. I think people like to say, oh you’re not plus size so you don’t have a problem. But it’s both ends of the spectrum, and that’s what we’re really trying to just stop. It goes so much deeper, it affects how you are in public, how you conduct yourself going into interviews, any of that.’

… says Khloe, who is rumored to be pregnant with her first child.

Khloe in 2009:

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Kelly Clarkson: “When I was really skinny, I wanted to kill myself.”

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On being suicidal while aiming for a skinny figure:

When I was really skinny, I wanted to kill myself. I thought the only way out was quitting. I, like, wrecked my knees and my feet, because all I would do is put in headphones and run. I was at the gym all the time.

But these days, Kelly’s perspective has changed:

I don’t obsess about my weight, which is probably one of the reasons why other people have such a problem with it. There are just some people who are born skinny and with a great metabolism – that is not me. I wish I had a better metabolism.

… says the 35 year-old singer.

Kelly in 2005:

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Troian Bellisario Brings the Quote of the Day

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On the fact that France has banned underweight models from the runways:

I do not want to BODY SHAME Naturally thin women nor do I want to dictate whether or not they should work based on weight or whether or not they have a mental illness (ED) HOWEVER the thing I love about this is we in America Should have MANDITORY WARNINGS on images in ADvertisements & PRESS that have been doctored. Because the real issue (in my opinion) is that we are selling products (clothes, perfume, music, film) on unrealistic and doctored images of people. And I for one would want to know, I would want my friends to know and strangers and especially young men and women to know if they were looking at something real or something fake. Because then we can see clearly that we are being sold products on the basis of first making ourselves feel less than (not pretty enough not skinny enough not healthy enough whatever) so we “need to buy this product to be like the person in the ad. And feel better about ourselves” Well guess what. The person in the ad doesn’t even look like that. What an amazing world it would be if we could just acknowledge that. And then celebrate that we all look different, have different bodies and different backgrounds and histories, and then find all of those differences beautiful.

… says the 31 year-old actress.

Check out the video Troian is referring to below:

Thank you @attndotcom for sharing this. I do not agree with all of this. I do not want to BODY SHAME Naturally thin women nor do I want to dictate whether or not they should work based on weight or whether or not they have a mental illness (ED) HOWEVER the thing I love about this is we in America Should have MANDITORY WARNINGS on images in ADvertisements & PRESS that have been doctored. Because the real issue (in my opinion) is that we are selling products (clothes, perfume, music, film) on unrealistic and doctored images of people. And I for one would want to know, I would want my friends to know and strangers and especially young men and women to know if they were looking at something real or something fake. Because then we can see clearly that we are being sold products on the basis of first making ourselves feel less than (not pretty enough not skinny enough not healthy enough whatever) so we “need to buy this product to be like the person in the ad. And feel better about ourselves” Well guess what. The person in the ad doesn’t even look like that. What an amazing world it would be if we could just acknowledge that. And then celebrate that we all look different, have different bodies and different backgrounds and histories, and then find all of those differences beautiful. Happy Saturday.

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