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Kylie Jenner got into the Halloween spirit with makeup guru, James Charles.


Posing as a model for James Charles' Youtube Channel, the 19-year-old began to makeover the mum-of-one into a skeleton, and the conversation soon turned to her daughter, Stormi.


The little girl is eight-months-old but it seems like her personality is very much shining through and she's very like one of Kardashian sisters.


The 21-year-old revealed that the infant reminds her a lot of Kendall, that her personality is similar to her sister and she found it "funny."



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When asked how much motherhood has changed her life, Kylie opened up about always wanting to be a mum.


"I really feel like this was always what I was meant to do and I use to have dreams at a young age of having kids - like actual dreams," she said.


I don't feel like a different person, I just look at life a little differently," she added.



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And we can expect some more babies from Kylie, as she said it's only a matter of timing. 


"I do want to have more, but when is the question," the make-up mogul confessed.


She added that she'd love a sister for her daughter and even has a name picked out for her future child.  



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As for Stormi's name, the little tot almost had a different spelling of her name.


Kylie revealed that she was supposed to spell her name with an 'e' at the end, but a call to the registry office quickly changed her decision.


“When they called me from the birth certificate office and I was finalising the name, I was like, ‘S-t-o-r-m-i,’” Kylie explained.


“Literally, right then and there I just changed it to an ‘i.’ And they were like, ‘OK.’ I hung up the phone and I was like, ‘Damn, I guess that’s her name!” 


Kylie looked incredible as a skeleton thanks to the very talented hands of James Charles. 




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