Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Have No Plans To Get Married

The new with Kylie Jenner keeps on coming, as reports surface that she and boyfriend Travis Scott may be baby crazy, but have no plans to tie the knot anytime soon.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star announced her pregnancy last Friday, and information has been trickling in since then. We now know she’s about five months along in the pregnancy, that the baby is going to be a girl, and that the two of them are super stoked to become parents having been spotted at baby supply stores.

However, sources speaking with TMZ say that the couple has no plans to get married anytime soon and that they still feel that the relationship is too new to be talking about getting hitched.


"They're still trying to figure out their relationship,” says one source close to the couple.

Kylie Travis
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It looks like the old notions of having a child outside of wedlock is going the way of the dinosaur—extinct that is. Kylie is reported to have no problem with being an unwed mother, and the rest of the Kardashian-Jenners seem to agree. Both Kim and now Khloé are having or have had a child before getting married.

Marriage may be returning to an even older definition of pooling resources to make a better life. But if you’re already rich and famous, there’s a lot less pressure to get married for that reason.


Khloé also has no plans to marry boyfriend Tristan Thompson even though they’re said to be deeply in love, so maybe this whole marriage thing really is outmoded.

According to sources close to the couple, it was Kylie that wanted the kid. She and boyfriend Travis Scott have only been together since April this year and being five months pregnant means she got knocked up only one month into the relationship. That seems a little fast, even for the jet-set lifestyle of the Kardashian-Jenners.

The math doesn’t lie, and there are rumors swirling that this may not be a planned pregnancy. Those same sources that tell us that the couple isn't planning a wedding anytime soon are also suspiciously silent on whether or not the pregnancy was an accident.

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