AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner apparently is planning to give her daughter three siblings. In a new video uploaded on her YouTube channel, the founder of Kylie Cosmetics was answering fan's questions as she revealed her desire to have more children.
The 11-minute clip saw the 22-year-old doing her half-sister Kim Kardashian's make up with her own products as well as KKW Beauty while answering inquiries from fans about her and her sibling. One of the questions read, "How Kim manages being a mom of four and her work life? And Kylie, do you see yourself with four kids?" to which the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star casually confessed, "I see myself for sure having four kids I just don't know when."
The younger sister of Kendall Jenner went on to elaborate, "I don't have timeline to this." Still applying the foundation to Kim's face, she added, "I don't know if I'm going to have four kids tomorrow or if I'm going to have four kids in seven years."
The "Life of Kylie" star has always wanted to have more babies. In July 2019, the ex-girlfriend of Travis Scott (II) was said to be wanting more kids in addition to 1-year-old Stormi Webster, whom she shares with the "Highest in the Room" rapper. "Kylie loves being a mom and can't wait to give Stormi a sibling," a source spilled to PEOPLE at the time.
Months later, the mother of one discussed the same matter on her Q&A session on Instagram. "I can't wait to have more babies," she wrote back to a fan who asked her about baby number two. However, she admitted she was "not ready just yet" since her main focus was Stormi.
Meanwhile, Kim already had what Kylie wanted all along. The wife of Kanye West is a mother to 6-year-old daughter North West, 4-year-old son Saint West, 2-year-old daughter Chicago West and 7-month-old Psalm West.
"Everything is, like, super planned out. I'm really, really organized. I think that's the key to being successful, honestly, is being organized," the TV personality said during the makeup video. "It's hard, it's a lot of work, but you can totally do it."