But less than two months after supporting Travis at the premiere of his Netflix documentary Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly, in October 2019 Kylie confirmed that she had split with her baby daddy.
"Travis and i are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi," the makeup mogul wrote on Twitter. "our friendship and our daughter is priority."
The couple was then rumoured to be back on in March 2020 but it wasn't until May 2021 that an anonymous source told Entertainment Tonight: "Kylie and Travis are messing around and having fun together. They've always had a strong connection and chemistry and they're exploring their relationship romantically again."
Fans rejoiced in June 2021 when Travis was honoured at the 72nd annual Parsons Benefit as a "visionary" in "fashion, technology and the arts" and posed with Kylie and Stormi on the red carpet.
"Stormi, I love you and wifey, I love you," he said during his speech, according to E! News.
Kylie shared her own loved-up photo of herself and Travis, captioning it: "24 hours in NYC."
Speaking exclusively to WHO, love and relationships expert Dr Lurve, who is also a partner of oral health and teeth straightening pioneer SmileDirectClub, said that their body language at the Parsons event seemed to show mixed messages.
"Though you’d think most families would strut the red carpet with smiles, affectionate hugs and laughter, this Scott-Jenner duo has put more effort into thought-out poses and hand placements than being seen as happy and in the moment," Dr Lurve says.
"Presenting more of a model-esque vibe like they’re being photographed for the cover of a magazine than at a social event, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott seem to show mixed emotions when it comes to their body language.
"While they’re holding each other by the waist and gripping rather tightly, you’d think their embrace would be paired with a few smiles or romantic looks into each other’s eyes – yet their faces and bodies are telling two different stories."
Dr Lurve adds: "We know that smiling at your partner has its benefits, with research from SmileDirectClub revealing that a third of Aussies are most attracted to a person’s smile. But for this dynamic duo, their polished, mannequin-like faces are serious with a ‘smize’ that could kill (alluring expression of the eyes). Rather than looking deep into each other’s eyes and lusting for one another with a cheeky smile, they are focusing more on the cameras and how they look when the final pictures are being viewed.
"Though this might be the new hottest thing to do when walking the red carpet, they’re sending out a message to the world that their love might be mainly for show. However, they could be that type of couple that’s playful and smiling behind closed doors, and when the world is watching, put on a porcelain, untouchable demeanour that comes with their high celebrity status.
"Whenever I see celebs having a great time whether it’s on the red carpet or a social setting, it makes them feel more relatable, and there’s a reason for that. It’s been shown that smiling makes people think you are friendly and approachable, and warm and welcoming, according to research from SmileDirectClub.
"For Kylie and Travis, not smiling and showing a more unapproachable attitude might be their way of keeping the world at arm’s length. It can be a way of protecting themselves from scrutiny as they’re coming off as intimidating to the public eye and steering away from narratives they can’t control."
In honour of Father's Day 2021, Kylie penned a loving tribute to Travis alongside a candid family photo of them and Stormi.
"happy father’s day @travisscott one day isn’t enough to honour the dad you are. we are so blessed to have you ..," her caption read.
Guess we'll have to stay tuned for more family updates!
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