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If the past few months of pregnancy rumors and coded clues have felt like a whirlwind for fans, I can’t even imagine how the Kar-Jenner sisters themselves must have felt. Following her recent confirmation, Khloé Kardashian’s “Best Nine” celebrates pregnancy and the exciting things coming to the star in 2018. From Aunt Koko to expectant mother in her own right, Kardashian certainly has a lot to celebrate.
Instagram’s “Best Nine” feature shows users — both celebs and the average Instagram user — which of their posts generated the biggest responses throughout the year. Your nine most popular posts are turned into a collage that presents a sort of “greatest hits” for the past year. While available to any Insta-user, the feature can be particularly interesting when celebrities use it.
Kardashian has been in the news almost nonstop since September when People first announced that she is expecting a baby with boyfriend Tristan Thompson. After nearly three long and painful months of uncertainty, Kardashian confirmed her pregnancy with an Instagram post that has since generated almost nine million likes.
That post, along with eight others, was placed in her “Best Nine” collage for 2017. Many of the photos include her famous beau Thompson, and some were even sources of speculation before an official pregnancy announcement was made. So, without further ado, let’s take a closer look at Karashian’s “Best Nine” for 2017.
Kardashian began her post by stating how much she enjoyed 2017, but with the caveat that she “can NOT wait” for 2018. Finding a balance between healing from past traumas and celebrating the good can be difficult and the star dedicated much of her post to that balance:
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