Wait... Did Wikipedia Just Leak Kylie Jenner's Pregnancy Announcement?

31 January 2018, 17:12

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Katie Louise Smith

By Katie Louise Smith

Let's not get too excited though...

Rumours about Kylie Jenner's pregnancy have now been swirling around the internet for approximately 35 years.

She hasn't been seen in public for a very loooong time and the updates to her social media accounts (which have all been about her cosmetics line) have been few and far between. Fans were absolutely adamant that she would be announcing her pregnancy on the final day of the Kardashian/Jenner advent calendar but she was nowhere to be seen.

With rumours that she's due to give birth within in the next few weeks, people are digging harder than ever for any and every hint of an announcement. And fans think they've found one lurking on Wikipedia in the form of an episode title.

As the tweet mentions, Kim's baby announcements have already been and gone and Chicago West is already in the building. Khloe's announcement has only just aired in the show. So the only possible explanation for an episode titled "We're Expecting!" would be Kylie, right?

Since posting those screen caps however, the details of the episodes seem to have changed. The title of Episode 18 has already been changed from 'Bumps, Trunks & Little Humps' to 'Trimester Trouble' with a full synopsis of the episode.

The synopsis now reads: "Khloé attempts to keep her pregnancy a secret while dealing with some complications; Kourtney questions whether she is done having children; Kris debuts a loud new hairdo."

Episode 19, which is due to air on February 25th, is still titled "We're Expecting!" but still doesn't have a synopsis. February 25th is also meant to be Kylie's alleged "due date". Escandalo!


We mean, it'll be the plot twist to end all plot twists if she reveals her pregnancy on the show after she gives birth in real life. And to be honest, it sounds like the kind mastermind stunt Kris Jenner would pull off. But there is ONE important factor to remember in light of this little sleuth though...

Literally anyone can edit Wikipedia.