Kylie Jenner Splashes $70K on Stylish Baby Gear Following Pregnancy News

The 20-year-old expectant reality TV star reportedly has also spent around $10,000 on a hot pink neon sign that says 'plastic' on it.

AceShowbiz - It seems like Kylie Jenner is gearing up for the arrival of their first child with Travis Scott (II). The youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister reportedly spent $10,000 on a hot pink neon sign that says "plastic" on it, after secretly dropping $70,000 on high-end baby gear.

TMZ first broke the news. The site claimed the 48x13 art installation was done by artist Beau Dunn. Installed in the glam room of Kylie's home on Friday, September 29, the neon sign costed the 20-year-old makeup mogul $9,999.99.

Hours before, TMZ claimed that Kylie had secretly spent up to $70,000 on stylish baby clothes and accessories for the unborn baby, who is said to be a girl. A source close to the youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister told the site, "This is going to be the best dressed kid you've ever seen."

The Kylie Cosmetics owner has mostly been shopping for baby gear online, according to the site. She allegedly has already bought enough to fill one huge closet. She's also been shopping the old fashioned way, hitting up stores in the San Fernando Valley.

News of Kylie's pregnancy broke nearly two weeks ago. The "Life of Kylie" star allegedly confirmed to her friends that she's expecting a baby with Travis. The 25-year-old rapper was also said to have told his own pals that it's a baby girl.

Kylie and Travis have been dating for around five months. Rumor has it, she is due to give birth in February. "They started telling friends a few weeks ago," a source previously told PEOPLE. "The family has known for quite some time. She is really excited and so is Travis!"

"It is an unexpected but completely amazing turn of events that she could not be more excited or thrilled about," according the insider, who added that "everyone is overjoyed for her. This is the happiest she's ever been."

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