On February 2, Kylie Jenner gave birth to her baby son, Wolf, announcing the news in an Instagram post that included a black-and-white photo of Wolf’s tiny hand. She has yet to share a picture of the baby’s face. However, Kylie has recently returned to the spotlight to run errands, one month after the birth of her son, Wolf.

Kylie was also called out for jacking her baby’s name. That caused a bit of controversy.

In photos obtained by the Daily Mail, the makeup tycoon appeared relaxed as she decided to step out with her 4-year-old daughter, Stormi, in Los Angeles. Jenner, who isn’t afraid to flaunt her curves on social media, hid her postpartum body in an extra-large ivory sweater and black leggings.

Kylie’s outfit, on the other hand, was far from casual. She accessorized with white Nike sneakers and elevated her cozy look with a black and white crocodile Hermés Birkin bag worth around $250,000. Jenner, who was carrying a straw-held beverage, tried to blend in by covering her face with a brown Skims face mask.

Stormi was spotted on the Kylie Cosmetics CEO’s hip at one point. The toddler matched her mother’s outfit, which included leggings and sneakers.

Following Scott’s fatal Astroworld Festival in November, Jenner kept a low profile during her pregnancy. The rapper was hit with several lawsuits after a crowd crush at his Houston performance killed ten of his fans and injured hundreds more. However, after the festival, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum defended Scott, claiming he had not heard audience members’ cries for help while he was on stage.

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