When Kylie Jenner got impregnated by Travis Scott last year, many folks around the Internet were surprised.
She was only 20 years old, after all. She was unmarried. She and Scott had been dating for mere months.
There was no way this development had been planned, right?
No, Kylie has basically admitted after welcoming daughter Stormi Webster in February, this pregnancy was not planned.
Which doesn't mean she doesn't still love her kid a lot, of course.
However, while Jenner hadn't thought out what might happen if she had unprotected sex with her boyfriend, Kim Kardashian admitted on Monday that she totally predicted her half-sister would be a young mother.
Not this young, mind you, but still...
"We used to say, 'Season 17, Kylie has a baby,'" Kim joked to The Business of Fashion founder Imran Amed yesterday during a Business of Fashion West panel, adding:
"And we all looked at each other and [were] like, 'Oh sh-t! That just happened.'"
Indeed, it really just did.
Kim was joined on stage during this panel discussion by her mother, Kris Jenner.
When asked how long Keeping Up with the Kardashians will run, the famous manager teased:
"It's going to be here forever!"
She then quipped that Kim's five-year-old daughter North West is going to get married in a future season.
It was clearly said with tongue firmly planted in cheek, but that's still an odd thing to crack about, isn't it? Basically marrying off your grandchild for the sake of future reality show ratings?
Earlier this month, E! released a sneak peek of Season 15, although the network has not yet announced a premiere date.
Here is said sneak peek:
Kris previewed a "major blowout" to come on these new episodes, while Kim hinted that it would center around Kourtney Kardashian.
"When I think about it, I do get really mad," Kim said of this fight. "It's basically just like people being disrespectful. It's the one thing that really gets me."
She then mysteriously added: "Talk about Kourtney behaving like that."
Kim and Kris, meanwhile, attended the MTV Movie & TV Awards, which aired on Monday evening and which found them accepting a trophy for Favorite Reality Show.
After all these years, the family has still got it, somehow.
But the family also receives its fair share of backlash.
How does Kim and company deal with all the negativity out there?
"I think that the way my family and I have always dealt with everything is we know we have each other. Nothing else really matters," the she replied, concluding:
"So at the end of the day, this could all go away and we all have each other and we're confident in that. So, we're always going to be who we are.
And if one of us is fighting with, you know, a boyfriend or an ex, or whatever the examples you were giving, I mean, we all know what it is. Like, we all know we support each other and we love each other.
"And a part of all of that craziness has given us the platform to have our brands."