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Kylie Jenner has baby names for her 'future kids'

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Kylie Jenner has baby names for her 'future kids'

Kylie Jenner has a list of names for her "future kids".

The 19-year-old 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who is currently dating 'Rack City' rapper Tyga who has three-year-old son King Cairo with his ex-partner Blac Chyna - has revealed she has collated a number of baby names she "likes" and plans to call her children in the future.

Speaking on her website thekyliejenner.com, she said: "I keep a list in my phone of names I like for my future kids. But they're my secrets for now!"

Kylie has Greyhounds Norman and Bambi and has recently added Penny to her animal brood, and although she thinks about having kids she insists she is happy with her four-legged babies for the time being, although she wants to add a "mini pony" to her menagerie.

She said: "I think four dogs is my limit, but I kind of want a horse or mini pony. You never know!"

Meanwhile, Kylie - who is the youngest child in the Kardashian/Jenner clan - believes her partner and her best friend Jordyn Woods know her better than 60-year-old momager Kris Jenner, and her siblings.

The beauty mogul said: "Jordyn, Tyga and Vic are the people who know the most about me."

Although Kylie - who has been dating Tyga on and off since 2014 - claims her beau knows her inside out he still forces her to watching horror films, which she doesn't like.

She explained: "Tyga loves Halloween and horror films. He even tricked me into seeing 'The Blair Witch Project' recently. I was scared by the previews! Let's just say we left during the movie because I was so freaked out."

And Kylie has admitted she could happily sacrifice a year without television if she had to because she "doesn't care" about TV shows, despite being a part of E! show 'KUWTK' since it first aired in 2007.

Speaking about the one thing she could happily go without, she said: "If I had to go a year without anything, I would def drop television. I really don't care about TV shows."