Wikipedia Might Have Just Revealed A Giant Clue About Kylie Jenner’s Secret Pregnancy

Kylie Jenner from Keeping Up With The Kardashians
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It’s (finally) the last day of January and we’re still stuck wondering wtf is up with Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy. We’ve speculated whose baby it actually is, whether or not she’s actually given birth, and if she’s actually pregnant at all, but we still don’t have answers. At least, not yet.

But there may be a major clue about the pregnancy rumors hidden in the most unlikely of places: Wikipedia.

If you visit the Keeping Up With The Kardashians page and take a look at the season 14 preview, you’ll notice every episode has a little blurb about what we can expect from it. Let’s just say there are a series of interesting episodes coming our way.


That’s right — Kris Jenner’s new haircut aside, it looks like the end of the season is all about babies. In episode 19, Kylie and Travis Scott are expected to reveal their pregnancy to the Kardashian family, and episode 20 is all about them preparing for the baby. Basically, by the end of February, we should be filled in on all the deets.

Okay, I know, I know. Every teacher and college professor ever told us that Wikipedia is not a reliable source and that we shouldn’t rely on it for accurate information. But did that stop me from using it for every college paper I ever wrote? Of course not! And will it stop me from stoking these Kylie Jenner pregnancy rumors? Never.

Kylie Jenner is pregnant, damn it, and soon we’re going to have all the proof we need. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

Callie is a professional Thought Catalog blogger by day and an amateur Tumblr blogger by night.

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