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Updated on Mar 23, 2019. Posted on Mar 19, 2019

Fans Have A Theory That Kylie Jenner Is Pregnant Again After Seeing This Pic Of Her And Stormi

"She knows her brother or sister is inside baking."

It's safe to say that Kylie Jenner has taken to motherhood like an absolute natural since little Stormi arrived in February last year.

She's also been open about wanting more children. In October last year, Kylie said it was a case of "when" not "if" she'd expand her brood, and just last week revealed that she already has a boy's name selected.

But if Kylie's fans are to be believed, baby number two might be on the way imminently.

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Here's why.

Over the weekend Kylie shared this completely adorable photo of her and Stormi cuddling, alongside the caption: "my baby is stuck to me like glue lately🖤"

Kylie went on to share an equally cute video of her telling Stormi: "Girl! You've gotta do things without me!" to which her daughter responded: "Yeah."

And Stormi's clinginess has led to fans theorising that Kylie might be pregnant again.

Seriously, people are convinced.

Because apparently there's an old wives' tale that suggests babies can sense pregnancy and become more clingy to their mothers as a result. It should be pointed out that there doesn't seem to be any medical proof to back this theory up.

Several mothers even claimed that their own toddlers had been the same, sometimes sensing the pregnancy before they'd even known themselves.

The theorising has likely been encouraged by the fact that just last month, Kylie teased a second pregnancy by captioning this photo of her and boyfriend Travis Scott: "baby #2?"

However, she shut that speculation down very quickly and efficiently.

Could things have changed in the last few weeks? We'll have to wait and see.

A spokesperson for Kylie has been contacted for comment.

Ellie Woodward is Celebrity and Entertainment Editor for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

Contact Ellie Woodward at ellie.woodward@buzzfeed.com.

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