Conspiracy Theory Alert! The Internet Thinks Kylie Jenner Gave Birth Already

Conspiracy Theory Alert! The Internet Thinks Kylie Jenner Gave Birth Already

This is insanity. 

By Marianne Garvey

Kylie Jenner — very pregnant (?) and in hiding — is reportedly due sometime in March, but that isn’t stopping fans from saying when they believe she gave birth. Yes, gave.

A new rumor that Kylie already had her baby girl is making the rounds, and the theory began with Twitter and the Kardashian family Christmas card, of all places.

Here is what Kardashian watchers are saying:

In the family’s holiday photo, which doesn’t feature Kylie, half the Kardashian/Jenner clan are looking off to the side and smiling, and the internet thinks they are going goo goo ga ga over Kylie’s baby. How anyone came to this conclusion is nuts, and something not even NASA could solve. In other words, a handful of conspiracy theorists just decided there was a baby off camera that belonged to Kylie and they are spreading what they have zero evidence to back up. 

Moving on.

Now, this rumor comes during a period where Kylie will only show her face, proving she is either very pregnant or strangely just loves to feed rumors that she’s expecting. It’s hardly believable she could have gotten herself to a hospital and given birth weeks ago without anyone noticing.

The closest we’ve come to seeing a bump was back in September, when Kylie was caught by a drone or something in the sky at her BFF Jordyn Woods' birthday party holding her bump under a baggy sweatshirt. Based on this fuzzy photo, fans decided she was due in December. OK.

Again, why she is going through intense efforts to hide her baby bump, she hasn’t said, but rest assured when Kylie gives birth, someone, somewhere will tell us.

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