Jenner is a part of the Kardashian clan known for their love of product, but she did not seem preoccupied with her lack of makeup. In fact, she looked youthful and glowing. Jenner, 20, captioned the photo "my happy baby".
Jenner recently faced criticism after attending Coachella music festival last weekend without her infant. Some commentators were quick to point out that the young mother should be at home with her daughter, instead of "partying" with her friends.
Kylie has been focusing her time not only on her baby, but also on getting her body back in shape. She told People that she is working hard because she wants to be a "really hot young mom".
An insider added, “Kylie is already starting to work out. She’s focusing on getting her body back and also getting back to a comfortable weight aside from caring for Stormi."
Like most women, Jenner faces a challenge in getting back to her pre-baby bod. In a now deleted tweet, she revealed to followers that she had gained 40 pounds during her pregnancy-- which is fairly typical for most women.
"Women with a body mass index in the normal range (between 18.5 and 24.9) gain 25 to 35 pounds during the course of a pregnancy," the CDC guidelines state. "Women who start out underweight (with a BMI below 18.5) should put on 28 to 40 pounds while pregnant; women who are overweight should add 15 to 25 pounds; and obese women should gain only 11 to 20 pounds during their pregnancies."
If she is anything like her sisters, Jenner should have no problem getting back into shape. Kim Kardashian-West and Kourtney Kardashian have both dedicated some serious time and effort into their post-baby bodies, but it has definitely paid off.
For example, Kourtney not only follows a strict diet, but pairs it with five days of exercise minimum per week. The mom-of-three was often joined by sister Khloé Kardashian, whom she insists helped motivated her to complete her workouts. "Khloé and I really push each other to do that," she said.
Perhaps we will see Kyle join her sisters for a little strength training in the near future?