Reports that both Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are pregnant have sent the internet into a frenzy this week.

Although Kylie, 20, and Khloe, 33, would become first-time moms, their sister Kim Kardashian West, 36, is also reportedly expecting a baby via a surrogate.
As yet, none of these reported pregnancies has been publicly confirmed. But with reports of three Kardashian-Jenner pregnancies potentially on the horizon, there's a lot more news about the family to keep up with than usual. And if the three sisters are indeed expecting, their alleged due dates could certainly overlap.
To make the timing of their reported pregnancies less confusing, we've put together a guide to when each of the sisters is reportedly expecting.
Khloe is reportedly three or four months pregnant, which makes her alleged due date around February or March 2018.
Us Weekly first reported on Tuesday that Khloe is pregnant with her first child with her 26-year-old NBA player boyfriend, Tristan Thompson. The article cited information from multiple unnamed sources who said that the "Revenge Body" star is three months pregnant, although the sex of the alleged baby is unclear. Following Us Weekly's story, a TMZ report also cited sources who told the site Khloe is three months pregnant.
Later on Tuesday, however, a second Us Weekly report cited sources who told the site that Khloe is about four months pregnant.
If Khloe is between three and four months into her pregnancy, that would mean she became pregnant some time around May or June. If that's true — and if Kylie is also pregnant — Khloe's baby would be due shortly after her younger sister, who is reportedly around five months into her pregnancy.
A source told Us Weekly that Khloe and Kylie are happy to be expecting around the same time. "A big part of this is the fact that she will be sharing this newfound life adventure with Khloe," the source said. "They are envisioning it like it's a bonding period for them both as siblings."
The same source added: "This was not even planned and completely by chance, but they couldn't be more ecstatic!"
Kylie is reportedly four or five months pregnant, which would make her alleged due date January or February 2018.
On Tuesday, TMZ reported that Kylie Jenner is around five months pregnant with her boyfriend Travis Scott's baby — and their child will be a girl.
When the site first broke the news of Kylie's reported pregnancy on Friday, it reported that the couple had started telling their friends earlier in September, citing multiple unnamed sources. The same sources also said that Scott had revealed the baby's gender, telling friends that they were expecting a baby girl, but the site couldn't verify this information at the time.
A source told People on Tuesday, however, that Kylie and Khloe are both around four months pregnant. "Khloe and Kylie are both due around the same time. They are approximately four months along," the source said.
If the "Life of Kylie" star is four months pregnant, she would be due in February 2018 — around the same time as Khloe. But, if she is five months into her alleged pregnancy, she would give birth around January 2018 — the same month that Kim's baby is expected to arrive.
With reports saying different things, Kylie's alleged due date is a little confusing. However, Hello Giggles did some investigating on social media to figure out the timing and came up with the tentative due date of February 2, 2018.
The site referenced a tweet from Travis Scott on June 12, which the 25-year-old rapper called "the happiest day" of his life. Hello Giggles speculated that the tweet suggested he had found out that day about becoming a father, and that Kylie had taken a test that day — although we can't be certain what he's referring to.
Hello Giggles also pointed out the timing of Kylie and Scott's matching butterfly tattoos, which the reality TV star documented on her Snapchat on June 13, the day after Scott's tweet. It's worth pointing out, however, that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns pregnant women that getting a tattoo can expose them to bacteria or viruses that could increase the chance of miscarriage or having a baby born with a defect.

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