Where in the world is Kylie Jenner? Ever since news broke that the 20-year-old reality star is pregnant with her first baby, there’s been no sign of her on social media. Specifically, Instagram. Usually, Ky would be posting sexy pics showing off her body, but now that she has a baby bump she’s turned shy.

A source recently spoke to Hollywood Life about why Kylie is insecure with her new pregnancy body. Watch the video below to find out why we won’t see any baby bump pics anytime soon!

Apparently, even though the make-up mogul isn’t completely satisfied with her looks, the source explained that she looks great. “She has been glowing since she became pregnant, but it is hard for her because she is uncertain as to how her fans will react to pregnant selfies,” the source continued.

So, this makes fans wonder: will we ever see a baby bump pic from the star? “Kylie is learning how to do things differently now that she is going to be a mommy and she doesn’t know how to deal with everything just yet,” the source added. “She is not ready to post steamy pregnancy pics.” But, according to a 2015 Elle UK interview, she may never be ready. “Once I have a kid I’m not going to be on Instagram,” she told the magazine. “You know, I’ll probably delete my Instagram and just… I don’t know, live life.”

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There’s been a lot of change in the celeb’s life. She’s going to be a mother with her still relatively new boyfriend, Travis Scott. And sources exclusively told In Touch that at first, she wasn’t even sure if she was going to keep the baby.

“Kylie couldn’t believe her eyes when the test came back positive,” a source told In Touch. She was so shocked and scared that the source revealed she considered ending the pregnancy, explaining, “Kylie was very conflicted in the beginning about whether or not she was going to keep the baby. It was a decision that was weighing heavily on her and it wasn’t something that she took lightly.”

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