New mum Kylie Jenner cuddles baby Stormi before showing off her tiny waist

After posting an adorable clip of herself cuddling her two-month-old daughter Stormi, the 20-year-old star then took a snap of her already flat tum.

Posing for one of her beloved mirror selfies, the cosmetics mogul faced the camera side on to show off  her slim stomach and perky bum.

The shot came just moments before the reality star shared a clip of herself bonding with her newborn inside their Calabasas home.

The video – shared to Snapchat – revealed a make-up free Kylie cradling her snoozing daughter, who appeared to be smiling as she slept.

"Our hair both a mess but," she said in the clip, before gushing: "She has the prettiest little hands."


The star then zoomed in on her baby's tiny fingers, though the best moment was yet to come as Stormi then started giggling in her sleep.

"Are you smiling in your sleep?" a laughing Kylie asked as she caressed her daughter's head.

Kylie's sweet moment with Stormi comes just days after fans criticised the first-time mum for leaving her little one to party at Coachella last weekend.

The star was slammed for having Stormi looked after by a babysitter while she let her hair down at the music festival with her friends and family.


One ranted: "This girl really is gonna leave her baby for three days while she goes to Coachella. When she decided to have the child it’s because she chose to stop being a childish but look at her."

Another seethed: "Oh and a 'cool mom' doesn’t up and leave her newborn for a weekend of partying at #Coachella – yes that’s you Kylie Jenner. If you wanted to party don’t get pregnant. #whataconcept."

However one supportive fan wrote: "Why are ppl bashing @KylieJenner for 'barely' being a mom. Moms cant have fun? Is she the only Mom at Coachella?! F no. Let her do what she wants. If she has a babysitter for her kid what is it to yall."


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