Oh, Kylie, Kylie Kylie. What are you doing to us?
Not content with keeping her pregnancy with daughter Stormi secret from the world for nine whole months, the youngest Jenner continues to taunt us with hints of a wedding to boyfriend Travis Scott.
On Tuesday, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Instagram to wish her beau good luck as he took to the stage at New Yorks Madison Square Garden as part of his sell-out Astroworld Tour.
And just casually dropped the H bomb.
The look ya give when ur hubby is performing at madison square garden tonight, Kylie commented underneath a photo of herself gazing sultrily into the camera.
Its the latest in a breadcrumb trail of hints left by Kylie and Travis suggesting theyve tied the knot.
Rumours that the pair had secretly wed started to swirl in October when Kylie referred to her beau as hubby for the first time as she watched him perform on Saturday Night Live.
Sharing an image of the TV as Travis sang on stage, the 21-year-old wrote: Hubby followed by three heart emojis.
The make-up mogul later fuelled rumours further by posting an uber romantic Instagram video of her staircase loaded with roses, which obvs can only mean one of two things: engagement or dog house. Ammiright?
But the cherry on the (wedding) cake came earlier this month when Travis himself – oh so shy and private Travis – appeared to confirm the rumours by calling Kylie his wifey.
The Antidote rapper commented on one of Kylies Instagram snaps in which he adorably cuddles up to nine-month-old Stormi as she beams and smiles.
Only the people around you really know how hard you work. i love to watch you make all your dreams come true. your first festival. were so proud of you. we love you Kylie captioned the images, to which Travis replied: I love you wifey.
Will someone just tell us what TF going on?
And get us an invite to the wedding if they havent tied the knot yet?
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