Kylie Jenner may be pregnant with her first child, but on Friday it was all about her BFF Jordyn Woods. The 20-year-old reality star lead an over-the-top celebration for Woods’ birthday just hours after news broke of her pregnancy, surprising Woods with (among other things) a 2017 black metallic Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 63 Coupe. Woods, who turns 20 on Saturday, was seemingly pleased by the gift — saying “Oh my God” and crying over seeing the vehicle in videos posted to Jenner’s Snapchat account.
The internet may be going crazy over news that Kylie Jenner is pregnant with her first child, but mom Kris Jenner and sister Kendall Jenner certainly stayed calm while leaving the Versace fashion show in Milan, Italy Friday. The mother/daughter duo are in town for Milan Fashion Week, where Kendall walked the Versace show and Kris cheered her on from the front row.
The 31-year-old Girls creator and star threw her support behind Jenner on Friday night, hours after news broke that Jenner was pregnant with her first child. “A solid 10 friends texted me triggered by Kylie pregnancy,” Dunham tweeted on Friday night, explaining that her friends felt jealous that the 20-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was expecting her first child before they were. “I’m like, ‘Ladies she’s 20. We were all [very] fertile then, we were just broke,’ ” Dunham joked.
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