Nothing gets between Kylie Jenner and her Calvins, except a blanket, an oversized denim shirt, sister Khloe Kardashian’s thigh and literally whatever else can distract from her pregnancy.
Kylie Jenner appears alongside her four Kardashian-Jenner sisters in Calvin Klein‘s new “Our Family. #MyCalvins” campaign, and fans are speculating about whether you can see any signs of her rumoured pregnancy bump.
The 20-year-old is seen with sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner seductively posing in the brand’s iconic underwear, laying on top of each other on a quilted blanket. While the rest of her sisters show off their fit stomachs, Kylie remains covered in each shot.
As Calvin Klein’s Raf Simons continues his focus on all things Americana, it’s only fitting that the label has chosen one of the country’s most discussed families for its latest campaign: The Kardashian-Jenner sisters.
“Family is everything, so when we’re all together doing something special like this, it means so much.” said Kim about the photo shoot. “We were all in a group text before saying how lucky we are to do this together and that it’s going to be the best day.”
These photos are the first we’ve seen of all five KarJenner sisters together since reports of both Kylie and Khloe’s pregnancies broke the internet.
Kylie has taken an extended vacay from the spotlight since reports of her pregnancy surfaced, posting sparingly on social media and maintaining an Area 51-like level of secrecy around her personal life.
Of course, eagle-eyed followers took no time to poke fun on the whole ordeal:
Kylie sis we know pic.twitter.com/yEY8JfyTpL
— z (@obvszee) January 22, 2018
I'm crying at how the others are flaunting it and Kylie is wrapped up like she's going 4 a nap pic.twitter.com/pMUUjPJjTI
— lydia 🌜 (@lydblogs) January 22, 2018
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