‘My pregnancy prepared me for this’: Kylie Jenner says she didn’t leave the house for months when expecting Stormi as she encourages millennial fans to self-quarantine
She’s self-isolating and urging her fans to do the same as the coronavirus pandemic worsens.
And on Wednesday, Kylie Jenner shared with her Instagram followers that she got used to staying home all the time while expecting her daughter Stormi.
‘I’m on day 8. My pregnancy prepared me for this, I didn’t leave the house for months,’ the reality star, 22, said.
Quarantine: She’s self-isolating as the coronavirus pandemic worsens. And Kylie Jenner shared with her fans she got used to staying home all the time while expecting daughter Stormi
Staying home; ‘I’m on day 8. My pregnancy prepared me for this, I didn’t leave the house for months,’ the reality star, 22, posted on her Instagram Story on Wednesday
After falling pregnant by rapper Travis Scott in 2017, Kylie took extensive measures to conceal her growing baby bump.
She hid it with baggy clothing in Instagram snaps and kept out of the public eye as much as possible throughout the end of 2017 and the start of 2018.
She only confirmed her pregnancy when she announced the news that she had given birth to a baby girl on February 1, 2018.
The youngest daughter of Keeping Up With The Kardashians Momager Kris Jenner has been staying put at her Hidden Hills mansion as the COVID-19 outbreak spreads but is using social media to encourage her followers to practice social distancing.
Giving advice: The youngest daughter of Keeping Up With The Kardashians Momager Kris Jenner is using social media to encourage her followers to practice social distancing
Be safe: Kylie told fans to self-isolate so as not to ‘endanger’ those more susceptible to COVId-19 such as the elderly and those with pre-existing conditions; seen last week on social media
The Coronavirus grows more serious every day.
The Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned on Wednesday that it could take longer than 15 days to slow the spread of coronavirus but that Americans must ‘pitch in’ and do their part by self-isolating.
Adams appeared on NBC’s Today to make the plea, a day after President Trump issued a 15-day set of guidelines to people to work from home where possible and practice social distancing.
Millions have heeded the advice and are avoiding going out. Some, like in cities where the pandemic spreading the quickest, are calling for harsher action, like a two-week national shutdown to force people indoors.
There has not been a clear cut answer on how long Americans will have to continue living in this current state of crisis.