Kylie Jenner’s Co-Parenting Efforts with Travis Scott: A Peek into Her Journey 10 Months after Separation

Kylie Jenner has opened up about co-parenting with Travis Scott, stating that they are both doing their best to raise their kids following their break-up earlier this year. The reality star and rapper share two children, five-year-old Stormi and 20-month-old Aire, and have been known to be on and off over the course of their five-year relationship. Despite their split, sources have previously highlighted that they remain friends and great co-parents, with Kylie now confirming that they are both doing all they can for their children’s wellbeing.

Back then: Kylie Jenner revealed she is 'doing her best' to co-parent with Travis Scott (the couple pictured with their daughter Stormi, five, last May)

In the past, Kylie Jenner shared that she is putting in her best effort to effectively co-parent with Travis Scott. The couple was captured in a photo with their adorable five-year-old daughter, Stormi, in May of last year.

Moving on: The reality star, 26, has Stormi, five, and Aire, 20 months, (pictured) with rapper Travis, 32, but the pair called it quits in January after five years of on/off dating

Reality star Kylie Jenner has two children, Stormi and Aire, with rapper Travis Scott. The couple ended their on/off five-year relationship in January. Kylie is known for undergoing cosmetic surgery when she was a teenager and has since regretted it. She revealed that her daughter has taught her the true meaning of beauty and she now embraces natural beauty, teaching her daughter to accept herself as she is. Kylie recently announced the launch of her new clothing line called Khy, which is affordable.

Speaking out: She told WSJ Magazine: 'It's going¿. I think we're doing the best job that we can do' (the couple pictured with Stormi in 2021)

Expressing her thoughts, she revealed to WSJ Magazine that they are making progress and doing their best. The couple was spotted with their daughter, Stormi, in 2021.

Pricy and uninspired: Kylie Jenner shook up her fans with the announcement of her 'affordable' fashion line Khy on Tuesday, but many social media critics bashed the prices and supposed lack of inspiration

Kylie Jenner caused quite a stir among her fans when she revealed her new fashion line, Khy, on Tuesday. However, some people on social media were not impressed and criticized the high prices and lack of creativity in the designs.

Not buying it: 'Affordable lol,' wrote one poster on X (formerly Twitter), which summed up the mood of many users. However, it wasn't clear if everyone complaining about the prices had dug through to see prices

Many users on X (formerly Twitter) expressed their disbelief in the affordability of the product. One poster even wrote “Affordable lol,” which captured the general sentiment of the community. However, it remains uncertain whether or not those who complained about the prices had actually taken the time to check them thoroughly.

On the same page: Another person simply added: 'And to her, what is

Some social media users expressed their dissatisfaction with Kylie Jenner’s new clothing line, questioning the brand’s notion of affordability. Even though some products were expected to be sold at lower prices than competitors, fans and critics alike were taken aback by some of the collection’s most expensive items, which could go up to $200. Aside from price complaints, some fans were also unhappy with the reality star’s designs, claiming that they lacked originality. Furthermore, some fans pointed out that a pair of Khy gloves that Kylie wore in her Wall Street Journal feature looked identical to a pair of gloves sold on Amazon for almost half the price. Despite this, it’s unclear if all those complaining about the prices had checked the actual prices. Others pointed out that Kylie debuting her line in the Wall Street Journal was proof that it wasn’t an affordable clothing brand. One person even mocked the brand by posting the term affordable with a gif of Lance Reddick, an actor from Resident Evil on Netflix.

Ouch: One user mocked the 'affordable' line by reposting the single word with a gif of the late actor Lance Reddick from Netflix's Resident Evil series

Oh no! A user poked fun at the claim of being ‘affordable’ by sharing the same word with a gif featuring Lance Reddick, a character from the Resident Evil show on Netflix.

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