Kylie Jenner has confirmed she's giving her baby daughter a social media break by removing all images of her from Instagram.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been sharing her experience of motherhood on social media ever since she gave birth to Stormi Webster in February.
But it appears the 20-year-old has had a change of heart after she deleted nearly all images of the four-month-old from her Instagram account.
Taking to social media on Sunday, the beauty mogul confirmed she wouldn't be sharing any more photos of her baby for the foreseeable future, after she was slammed by her 109 million followers for cutting Stormi's face out of an image.
The snap depicts a make-up free Kylie cuddling Stormi, whose dark-curled head is mostly out of shot, with the caption: "i spy with my little eye…". And the reality TV star hit back when social media users questioned why she had cropped Travis Scott's daughter out of the image.
'Yeah i cut my baby out," she replied to comments on the post. "I'm not sharing photos of my girl right now."
The star went on to delete all images featuring Stormi's face from the social media platform, including the touching photo of her tiny hand captioned "stormi webster", which Kylie used to announce her birth.
The TV personality left just two images referencing her daughter on her profile – one with Kylie cradling Stormi and another with her perched in a baby carrier – both of which obscure the infant's face.
It's not the first time Kylie has taken an Instagram hiatus. The youngest Jenner sister kept her pregnancy under wraps for the nine-month duration, stating after the birth that she wanted to "prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress-free, and healthy way I knew how."