Kylie Jenner reveals she's had 5-month-old baby Stormi's ears pierced as she covers her in kisses in new Snapchat clip

The 20-year-old mum covered her little girl in kisses in a cute video posted yesterday as Stormi playfully tugged on her hair.

The baby's golden stud ear piercing was visible when she laid on her front.

Piercing the ears of children has long been a controversial topic with debates taking place on This Morning and online forums.

Some argue that it equates to child abuse and looks "common" while others don't see any harm in it.

Kylie's decision follows that of her brother's ex Blac Chyna who took her daughter Dream to get her ears pierced last year, aged 11 months.

Earlier this month Kylie gave fans a look at daughter Stormi's huge £16,000 designer shoe collection.

The reality star revealed Stormi is now big enough to start wearing the trainers, many of which were bought by her dad, the rapper Travis Scott.

The collection includes multiple £38 Nike Air Force 1's, £750 custom Giuseppe Zanotti's, £200 Gucci flats and a colourful pair of Louis Vuitton trainers.

In a video posted on Instagram Kylie, who is set to become the youngest self-made billionaire, can be heard saying: "Stormi can finally fit into some of her sneakers.

"Her dad gave her loads of vintage shoes so I'm about to see if she likes shoes. Too cute."

The clip came just weeks after Kylie made the decision to delete all the photographs of her daughter from social media after kidnap threats to the Kardashian family.

The KUWTK star had been sharing pictures of Stormi but did a U-turn after receiving vile abuse, including terrifying threats.

An insider close to the star told The Sun Online: “There have been an increasing number of trolls on social media calling Stormi ugly, and throwing out really horrible insults.

“It’s been really upsetting for Kylie, because also some of the comments are direct threats to kidnap her.”

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