While the reasons behind Jenner's sudden change of heart are unclear, it's not the first time she has retreated from the spotlight.
She then revealed to a fan who asked why in the comments that, "I'm not sharing photos of my girl right now".
'It's been really upsetting for Kylie, because some of the comments are direct threats to kidnap her'.
It all came about when shocked fans accused Ky of giving Stormi the crop, with one person writing: "she CUT HER BABY OUT".
The 20-year-old reality star has also taken down existing photos of Stormi on Instagram, explaining to fans that her mini-me would not be appearing on her posts anymore.
Kylie Jenner has removed every picture of her daughter Stormi's face from her Instagram account.
The normally prolific social media user also stopped sharing personal posts on Instagram and Twitter, instead using the platforms exclusively to promote her businesses. As someone who has been in the public eye for around half of their life, it's understandable that she would want to keep some things just for herself, and for now, that includes her daughter.
Kylie has made a decision to remove Stormi's images from her social media.
"I understand you're used to me bringing you along on all my journeys.my pregnancy was one I chose not to do in front of the world", she wrote on February 4.
Hit play on the video to see Stormi Webster's cutest baby moments in these now-deleted snaps. Just yesterday, she posted a selfie in which the edge of Stormi's face can be seen.
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