Although having matching tattoos can be the kiss of death of a relationship, that is not the case with Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott. The couple has matching butterfly tattoos that they apparently got when they got together in 2017.

Butterfly tattoos a symbol of Kylie’s relationship

In a video posted on YouTube on October 22, Kylie reflected on her preferred Halloween outfit. She also shared about the butterfly tattoo, which is a symbol of connection with her Travis. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star recalled when she and her daughter Stormi dressed up as butterflies for the Halloween holiday. But it seems that the dress-up was not just having a costume for the spooky holiday.

The makeup mogul recounted the time they got the matching tattoos. She explained that a butterfly represents their relationship and Stormi. When she donned the butterfly costume with Stormi in 2018, it was just special. Since the couple revealed their matching butterfly tattoos, they have been sprinkling their lives with butterfly imagery.

For instance, in February 2018, she gave birth to her daughter Stormi Webster after keeping the pregnancy secret. Kylie explains that after revealing her baby’s birth, she said she decorated her nursery with butterflies. Before she could reveal her daughter’s name, there was speculation from fans that she had named her Butterfly.

Super butterfly family

During her 20th birthday in 2017, Travis gave Kylie a butterfly necklace. In 2019 during Halloween, Travis, Kylie, and their daughter dressed up as heroes. She explained that they all picked their favorite colors and dressed as superheroes because Travis is always a superfamily. Kylie explained in the YouTube video that she threw Stormi a big party that she will live to remember.

Although some of her fans might have questioned the tattoos, it is now clear why the couple went for a butterfly. Some think that the tattoos were inspired by the rapper’s song “Butterfly Effect,” which Kylie wrote.


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