Kylie Jenner says someone ''close to home'' has tested positive for coronavirus, though she hasn't revealed who the person is.
Kylie Jenner says someone ''close to home'' has tested positive for coronavirus.
The 22-year-old reality star has claimed someone she considers to be close to her is suffering with the respiratory illness, although she has not revealed who the person is.
Kylie made her confession in a teaser clip for the upcoming season of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' - which is set to air in September - in short clips which show the famous family social distancing from each other.
The lip kit mogul tells the camera: ''It's just scary when someone so close to home has tested positive.''
Many of the clips shown in the trailer feature selfie cameras, as the coronavirus pandemic has prevented a camera crew from being able to visit the homes of the family members - including Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe Kardashian, as well as Kendall Jenner and family matriarch Kris Jenner.
The teaser also shows how difficult social distancing has been for the family - who are known for being close - as one clip shows Kris breaking down in tears during an emotional call with Khloe.
She tells her daughter: ''I wish I could hug you.''
Meanwhile, it was recently reported Kylie has been leaning on her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott - with whom she has 14-month-old daughter Stormi - during the pandemic, as she is unable to see her siblings face to face.
One insider said: ''Kylie really misses her sisters and her nieces and nephews, but it's been nice having Travis around so much. He has been at Kylie's house and they have been doing a lot of family stuff.''
The source also claims the former couple are ''in a groove'' when it comes to co-parenting, and ''love their little family life together''.
They added ''Things are good between Kylie and Travis. They are co-parenting and in a groove. They love being a family together and watching Stormi who constantly amazes them and make them laugh. They love their little family life together.''
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