Kylie Jenner is still not ready to show off her baby bump.

The "Life of Kylie" star has not yet confirmed that she is indeed expecting a child with boyfriend Travis Scott. However, she has been noticeably hiding her midsection in her recent posts on Instagram and Snapchat.

On Sunday, Kylie shared a photo with her mom, Kris Jenner. The rumored expecting mom sported a loose sweatshirt as the Kardashian momager posed behind her. In the snap, Kylie made an effort to keep her tummy out of view.

A few weeks back, Kylie also shared a video on Snapchat with her best friend, Jordyn Woods. In the clip, the reality star wore a sports bra, giving her followers a glimpse of her tunmy, but not enough to confirm that she is indeed sporting a bump.

Despite Kylie's lack of confirmation, multiple sources have claimed that she is pregnant. One insider claimed that the lip kit mogul is already prepping for the arrival of her first baby with Scott. In fact, she has been decorating a nursery and has been stocking up on all the essentials with the help of her mom and her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, Us Weekly reported.

In addition, Kylie has reportedly been shopping online for her child's apparel. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star apparently spent $70,000 for her baby girl's clothing. She already has a huge closet filled with baby clothes and shoes, and more are still on the way. Sources close to Kylie claimed that her daughter will be the "best-dressed kid you've ever seen."

In related news, Kylie recently settled the lawsuit over her controversial "Temptation Neon" logo. Both parties reached an agreement on "confidential terms."

In July, an artist named Sara Pope claimed that Kylie copied her artwork in the promo for her reality series, "Life of Kylie." Pope claimed that Jenner plagiarized her creation, which featured a bright, glossy set of lips in a lip bite pose. In her original filing, Pope claimed that the "defendants sought to build a brand through artwork that captures glamour, intimacy, and power. By their zeal, they found 'Temptation Neon,' and they copied it for their own profit – without consent, credit, or compensation."

She also mentioned Kylie and sister Kendall Jenner's unlicensed used of Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur and other music icons' photos for their merchandised t-shirts that have been pulled out from the market.