KYLIE Jenner showed off her Christmas tree in a rare social media post after her baby daddy Travis Scott's Astroworld tragedy, which had left about 10 people dead.
Kylie, 24, appeared to be in the holiday spirit in an Instagram Story.
In the boomerang, the green Christmas tree sat in the background, next to the white curtains.
The tall tree was decorated with bright string lights.
In the foreground, there was a Christmas nativity set sitting on top of the table.
The candles are lit as the fan's blades rotated.
THE HIATUS BREAK
The pregnant Keeping Up With The Kardashians star recently marked her return to Instagram after being absent.
She shared a sweet throwback photo of Hailey Bieber, 25. swimming in a pool with her daughter Stormi, three.
Hailey is married to pop star Justin Bieber, 27.
Kylie captioned the post:: “Happy birthday @haileybieber you are such a beautiful person inside and out. We love you lots.”
Her birthday post to Hailey came out after her annual holiday makeup line launch was delayed.
The beauty mogul previously dropped her festive collection with Kylie Cosmetics on November 19th for the past four years in a row.
The delay came amid her baby daddy Travis Scott's festival scandal.
About 10 people had died and hundreds were injured at his concert in Houston, Texas held at the beginning of November after the crowd surged toward the stage.
Following the Astroworld tragedy, victims have been seeking billion of dollars in legal damages.
Midway through November, the KUWTK star was slammed by her fans after promoting her fashion brand with sister Kendall, 26.
The reality star siblings smoldered while donning their sports-luxe outfits.
The two pouted at the camera during the promotional video.
The clip also shared glimpses of the fashion line's new store, which was filled with the sisters' designs.
The Kendall + Kylie Instagram account posted the steamy video and wrote: "We are so excited to announce that you can now shop #kendallandkylie styles in the UAE @kendallandkylie.ae #thedubaimall#thegalleriauae."
Critics then slammed the duo for promoting the fashion line just weeks after the tragic Astroworld music festival.
One critic wrote: "10 beautiful humans died at Astroworld including a nine-year-old boy. Ezra [Blount].
"Show some f**king respect for those that died and stop flogging your s**t on IG when the bodies aren’t even cold."
Another critic added: "Justice for the Astroworld victims!! Nobody wants to buy your clothes with blood all over them."
A third critic stated: "Girl bye. So disrespectful to be marketing your clothes at a time like this," a third posted.
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