Kylie Jenner says she and ex Travis Scott are doing ‘the best job that they can do’ as co-parents

Kylie Jenner says she and ex Travis Scott are doing ‘the best job that they can do’ as co-parents

Kylie Jenner has shared a rare comment about co-parenting with her ex, Travis Scott.

The 26-year-old model spoke candidly about her and Scott’s children – Stormi, five, and Aire, one – during an interview with The Wall Street Journal Magazine, published on 24 October. When asked about co-parenting with the rapper, she said: “It’s going…. I think we’re doing the best job that we can do.”

Scott and Jenner first started dating in 2017 and had an off-and-on relationship until January 2023. At the time, a source claimed to Us Weekly that the pair were “off again,” after rekindling their romance for a second time in February 2020.

However, the publication also claimed that the former couple was still on good terms, adding: “This has happened so many times before, they’re known to be on-again, off-again, but always remain friends and great co-parents.”

Since their split, Scott has shown his support for his ex. In April, he took to the comments of one of her Instagram posts and wrote: “A beauty.” However, fans came up with a different theory in July, with claims that a reference in his song, MELTDOWN”, was about Jenner’s new relationship with Timothée Chalamet, who she’s been romantically linked to since May 2023.

At the end of the song’s second verse, Scott raps the lines: “Chocolate AP and chocolate the Vs got the/ Willy Wonka factory (Vs)/ Burn a athlete like it’s calories find another flame/ hot as me, b****.” The mention of Willy Wonka is seemingly in reference to Chalamet’s leading role as Roald Dahl’s famous fictional chocolatier in the forthcoming musical feature film, Wonka.

During her interview with WSJ Magazine, the reality star also spoke candidly about motherhood, and how her perspective on beauty standards has changed while raising Stormi. She also described some of the lessons she’s teaching her daughter.

“My daughter has totally taught me a lot more about myself, and seeing myself in her has changed everything. I’ve had so much growth and am just embracing natural beauty,” she said. “I’m teaching her about mistakes that I made and making sure she knows she’s just perfect exactly how she is.”

The Kardashians star specified that some mistakes she’s made over the years have included getting “surgery when [she] was younger”. She added that while she’s never gotten work done on her face, she still decided to have a breast augmentation, which she’s previously been open about.

“But just even getting my breasts done when I was 19 and getting pregnant soon after, not obviously planning to be pregnant at 19,” she said. “And I was never insecure about myself. I actually was always super confident and loved my body. I was just having fun. I was influenced by amazing boobs and was like, that’s what I wanted to do, and had fun with it.”

According to the Kylie Beauty founder, her experiences can be lessons for her children.

“I probably just should have waited until I maybe had kids or let my body just develop,” she said about the procedure, before adding that motherhood is about “teaching our kids to do better than us, be better versions of who we were”.

During the interview, she also spoke about legally changing her son’s name from Wolf Jacques to Aire in 2023, one year after he was born.

“That was the hardest thing that I’ve ever done in my life,” she said. “I’m still like: ‘Did I make the right decision?’” She also explained how difficult it was for her to come up with her son’s name shortly after giving birth.

“The postpartum hit, and the hormones, and I couldn’t even make a decision or think straight,” she added. “And it just destroyed me. I could not name him. And I was like: ‘I feel like a failure. I don’t have a name for my son.’ So it took me a while. And then the longer I waited, the harder it was to name him.”