Kylie Jenner Regrets Getting Breast Implants 6 Months Before Having First Child: “I Just Wish I Never Got Them Done”

Kylie Jenner is finally confirming what many fans have been speculating for nearly six years – she has breast implants. While that might not be news to a lot of her fans and followers, this is the first time she has publicly talked about her breast augmentation – doing so in a recent episode of The Kardashians. 

She was talking to one of her best friends – Anastasia Karanikolaou – when she (quite randomly) brought the topic up in conversation. “So I, you know, got my breasts done before Stormi. Within six months of having Stormi, not thinking I would have a child when I was 20,” she said to her noted BFF. 

Kylie gave birth to Stormi – who she shares with hip-hop artist Travis Scott – on February 1, 2018, which means her breast enhancement would’ve happened sometime around August 2017 (she was 19 years old at the time). Now 25 years old, it appears Kylie has her regrets and wishes she never had the surgery.

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“I had beautiful breasts, natural tits, just gorgeous. Perfect size … and I just wish I never got them done to begin with,” she said during the Season 3 finale of her family’s hit reality show. She also urged others against doing the same. “I would recommend anyone who is thinking about it to wait until after children.”

It wasn’t until after she gave birth to Stormi that her perspective on breast enhancement surgery started to change. Now that she’s looking at it through a mother’s lens, Kylie Jenner admitted that she would feel ‘heartbroken’ if her daughter ever decided to ‘get her body done at 19’ – which is when she got it done. 

“She’s the most beautiful thing ever, I wanna be like the best mom and best example for her and I wish I could be her and do it all differently,” Kylie continued – adding that she ‘wouldn’t touch anything’ if she could go back. And that’s not just talking about the breast implants, but all the work she has had done. 

Kylie Jenner has admitted to undergoing lip injections in the past and has even described lip filler as the ‘best thing I’ve ever done’ – she has always been a sucker for full lips. At the same time, she has denied having any major work done to her face and confirmed in April that she has never gone ‘under the knife.’  

Kylie Jenner Talks Sexuality and Changing Aire’s Name

Breast implants weren’t the only topic of discussion for Kylie Jenner during the Season 3 finale of The Kardashians – which premiered on Hulu on Thursday (July 27). The 25-year-old mother of two addressed rumors that she was dating Stassie Karanikolaou and discussed her decision to change her son’s name.

“Isn’t it so funny that everyone thinks we’re dating these days,” Kylie said – referring to photos of the two ‘playfully kissing’ went viral on social media. “All the comments are like, ‘We know you guys are having sex,’ and we’re not. I wish we were. It just would have been way easier if I were sexually attracted to you.”

As for her son, she and Travis Scott initially decided to name him Wolf when he was born on February 2, 2022. She revealed they were changing his name a month later, but didn’t reveal that name (now Aire Webster) until January 2023 and didn’t legally change the name until June – he was 16 months old. 

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“I didn’t realize the post-partum hit me that hard. I’ve never called him Wolf, ever,” she said – adding that she couldn’t find a name ‘good enough for him’ when he was born, so she hastily went with Wolf. “That night I cried in the shower, like, ‘It’s not his name. What did I just do? Wolf?!’ It wasn’t even on the list.”

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