Are Kylie Jenner and Drake Dating? Here’s What We Know So Far

Since her breakup with Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner‘s dating status has been the subject of many a conversation.

First, there were rumors that she was hanging out with her ex-boyfriend, Tyga, at a recording studio. “The internet makes everything 100 times more dramatic than what it really is,” Jenner tweeted in response to the reports. “There was no ‘2am date with Tyga.’ You see me drop two of my friends off at a studio that he happened to be at.”

“Travis and i are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi ‼️ our friendship and our daughter is priority,” she continued.

Now, new sources tell People that the billionaire beauty mogul is hanging out “romantically” with Drake. “He and Kylie have been spending time together recently,” another source said. “They’ve been friends for a long time and Drake is very close to the family.” However, others say the two are “just friends.” Jenner reportedly attended Drake’s 33rd birthday celebration and also stayed “super late” at his Halloween party—not that those two things prove the pair are dating.

Jenner and Scott’s split become public knowledge in early October. “We’re told they’ve been trying to make the relationship work for a while, but several weeks ago they decided to step away,” TMZ reported, while People‘s sources said, “They are taking some time but not done.”

The former couple was seen together with their daughter, Stormi, at a Halloween event last month, along with Kourtney Kardashian and two of her children. “They were very involved with Stormi, taking turns rolling her around in a pink, Ariel-themed stroller,” an onlooker adds. “They were extremely attentive and had their eyes on her at all times,” a source told People.

The Kardashian/Jenner clan is reportedly hoping for a reconciliation between Jenner and Scott, according to the magazine: “Travis might not be perfect, but he’s a great partner and dad. Everyone would be upset if Kylie can’t figure things out with Travis.”

Neither Kylie Jenner nor Drake have commented on the latest rumors.

Cyrus Grace Dunham: ‘Pretending to Be a Girl For Much of My Life Made Hiding the Norm, Not the Exception’

For this year’s Women of the Year issue, we asked some inspiring figures—past honorees, athletes, and more—to reflect on their work. Next up is memoirist Cyrus Grace Dunham, who explores how we can name ourselves. Read on for Dunham in their own words, and head here to buy your tickets for our annual summit and awards ceremony in New York City on November 10 and 11.

Pretending to be a girl for much of my life made hiding the norm, not the exception. When people told me I had omitted information, obscured basic facts, left out details of my life, I would get this hot feeling all over me. I hadn’t been dishonest on purpose; I just didn’t know another way to be. My performance of “girlhood” left me dissociated from myself and the world around me. The polite, articulate young woman everyone else encountered felt almost like a hologram; I had the sense I was hiding something monstrous, though I had no idea how to articulate what that monstrousness was.

My dissociation grew more extreme when, at the end of my teens, my sister [Lena Dunham] got famous. I watched her become a symbol that existed outside the physical body of the person I knew and loved. And her fame affected how I understood myself too. My old name, Grace, appeared in the media in ways I didn’t consent to. This made me feel even more alienated from my name than when I saw it on IDs or in paperwork. I started to feel like my name was a separate entity, a distant abstraction. This experience helped me understand more deeply the ways I was already a symbol: a “woman” and a white person with a puritan-sounding first name, someone from a fairly prominent, class-privileged family, someone’s sister, someone’s daughter.

Maybe it seems contradictory, then, that I would choose to write a memoir and divulge so much about my life thus far. The hardest part, I found, was attempting to write about the loved ones who have shaped me. People become stories when we distill them into a few sentences, paragraphs, or pages, and I do have regrets about subjecting my lovers, friends, and family to this kind of simplification. I could write a whole book about every person I mention, and so many that I didn’t. Since I’ve been written about in ways I didn’t consent to, it was important to me that everyone in the book had a chance to read and respond to the ways I depicted them. Many of those conversations were extremely difficult. We remember certain events differently, and certain moments made us feel drastically different ways. But still, I’m glad the book holds evidence of these dialogues, which heavily informed the final draft.

I think, partially, I was comfortable turning myself into a character because I’ve always felt like one anyway. My own life has often felt like a video game or a movie to me, my consciousness projected into an awkward, gangly, white “female” avatar. One thing I know is that writing about myself as a character helped a more authentic me wrest away some of that person’s power. In doing so, I was able to shed certain symbols that no longer felt livable.

Cyrus Grace Dunham is the author of A Year Without a Name.

Kim Kardashian Rented Out Her Childhood Home for Kris Jenner’s Birthday

What do you get Kris Jenner, the woman who basically has everything, for her birthday? Well, daughter Kim Kardashian had some very creative (and sweet) ideas that she kept as a surprise from her family until the big day arrived.

In an Instagram post, Kim revealed that she rented out the Kardashian childhood home for the day and invited the family and her mom’s closest friends to enjoy it together. In the video, you get to see the moment that everyone finds out where the real location of the celebration is—though Kim makes sure to tell everyone that she did not, in fact, buy the house. Jenner is naturally overcome with emotion.

“Today we celebrate my mom. Anyone that knows her, knows how sentimental she is. For her birthday I planned a small lunch, with just her kids and her closest friends of 40+ years. I sent out invites with a location where we all met,” Kim wrote on Instagram. “When everyone arrived, I told them I had a surprise and this wasn’t where we would be eating. I then gave everyone the REAL invitation and once everyone saw the address for where we would be going tears filled the room. I rented our childhood home.”

“All of our memories live here especially with our dad. It’s where each Kardashian child was born and made us who we are,” she continued. “Growing up, the home had the most ridiculous wallpaper and kitchen set! I remade all of our table settings, decor out of the same fabric and print as the wallpaper. We had lunch at the home as if it hadn’t changed and we cried the entire time.”

But if you thought that was it, you know know this family. “When we walked out to get our cars to drive there, I had another surprise! I had rented every car my parents ever owned. I had some waiting outside so we could drive them to the house and the rest were lined up in the driveway of the house exactly how my parents used to have them parked. I even remade the exact license plates. (Yes my mom had a 2 DIE 4 license plate!)”

It sounds like it was a very emotional (in a good way) day for everyone. “We drove to the home in these cars and relived our childhood! This was the best day ever. I am so proud I was able to keep such a meaningful surprise a secret from my mom and sisters for weeks! This was the most special, nostalgic day of my life and we felt my dad’s presence enjoying this day with us!” Kim wrote. “I kept it together and didn’t cry the entire lunch even though I cried during the entire planning process. But at the end I went into my old bathroom, closed the door and cried so hard.”

“I can’t stop crying 😭 @kimkardashian thank you for planning this for all of us, and @krisjenner thank you for giving us the best childhood 🙏🏼❤️,” Kourtney Kardashian commented. Sister Khloé added, “You are the best daughter EVER.”

And what did the birthday girl think? Well, she loved it: “I can’t stop crying 🙏 this was the most magical day I can remember… Kim you are an angel to all of us … I can’t express what this meant to me and I will now have this beautiful day to add to a lifetime of the most fabulous memories. I couldn’t bear for it to end ❤️🙏 ⭐️✨💫.”

Kristen Stewart Says She Might Have Married Robert Pattinson

Since she shot to global superstardom with the Twilight franchise, Kristen Stewart has tried to keep her private life, well, private. Though that’s tough to do when the paparazzi are tracking your every move. The actor, of course, famously dated her co-star Robert Pattinson during the time that the books and movies were a total phenomenon, and she’s finally opening up about how she felt at the time.

During an interview with Howard Stern, Stewart reiterated again how real her and Pattinson’s relationship was and that it was not a publicity stunt, as some claimed. “You really think at this point, after all these years, that’s how I live my life?” she said, when asked about the rumors per E!. She explains that she struggled with how public to make the relationship because they wanted to “keep it ours.”

“But then you deprive yourself of so many experiences,” Stewart said. “We didn’t walk down the street holding hands because we were like, ‘We don’t wanna give it to ’em.’ But then, we didn’t get to walk down the street holding hands, and it sucked.”

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson arriving at JFK airport in 2012.

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She wasn’t totally comfortable opening up about this part of her life, however. “Because I was so self-conscious about seeming like an attention-seeker,” she explained. “We were together for years, that was my first [love].” In fact, Stewart says she might have even married Pattinson. “Was there a point you would’ve gotten married? Do you think?” Stern asked. “I don’t know,” she said. “I wanted to…yeah, no, I’ve never been in…”

“If he proposed, you would’ve gotten married,” the radio host follows up.”I don’t know,” Stewart said. “I’m not a super duper traditionalist, but at the same time…every relationship I’ve ever been in, I thought that was it. I’ve never really been the most casual person.”

She says she definitely wants to get married eventually and is, in fact, in love at the moment. She added that she “can’t fucking wait” to propose to her girlfriend, screenwriter Dylan Meyer, someday.

Of her ex, Kristen Stewart said simply, “He’s the best.

The S’Well Eats Meal Prep Container Is Great to Own but Even Better To Gift

The best gifts are the ones you never thought you needed. They’re equal parts thoughtful, unexpected, and practical. It helps then, too, when they look good. One idea? Meal prep containers, aka the adult euphemism for ‘lunch box.’

Totally fair if insulated food containers don’t get your heart racing (also fair if they remind you of fluorescent mess halls and soggy sandwiches), but what they lack in showmanship they make up for in undeniable utility. Still, finding one you love enough to gift or use every day of the week can be hard: it has to feel special but also be useful, and look pretty without just being decorative—all while not costing too much. Well, take it from someone whose job it is to find you the things that are actually worth your time and money: The S’Well Eats Meal Prep Container in Teakwood is your new lunchtime MVP—and doubles as one of the best gifts you can give this year.

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Before you start furrowing your brow, hear me out. I’m not the diligent meal prepper I always want to be, but I do bring my lunch to work every day. And before I came across the S’Well Eats bowl, it just so happens I was due for a new Tupperware-but-cuter food storage container. (I may have dropped my old glass one in the office kitchen and watched it shatter into a million little pieces before not one, but four people came to my rescue. Yes, I’m still cringing).

So, I took a chance on the S’Well Eats Meal Prep Container. It’s part of a collection of insulated food containers that everyone’s favorite water bottle brand launched over the summer, and it was the answer to my meal prep prayers.

I’m a big believer in multi-hyphenate kitchen products, and as a daily food storage container, it delivers. The bowl is leak-proof, break-proof, and dishwasher-friendly. Which basically means it’s perfect for anyone who likes to eat liquid-y things like soups or saucy pasta (me), is known to drop a lot of things (also me), and likes to get their dishes done quickly (me again!). My favorite part is the actual construction: it has a stainless steel outer shell for insulation, and a plastic (read: Will. Not. Break.) removable inner bowl that makes it so easy to prep food.

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Sure, it might be a little big for anyone who just carries a cross-body or clutch on their daily commute, but it’ll fit great in a canvas tote or large shopper. And you’ll feel better squeezing it between your laptop and wallet knowing that bringing your lunch to work is more environmentally-friendly than buying food from the cafeteria or your favorite take-out spot.

And, since we’re coming up to the holidays and you’re probably already panicking about gifting, it’s also an unexpected under-$50 option that anyone on your shopping list will enjoy: your work wife, your teenage nephew, even your best friend who’s made the same New Year’s resolution for the past three years to get more into meal prepping.

Angelina Jolie Says She Hasn’t Moved Abroad Because of Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt broke up over two years ago, but they’re still doing their best to co-parent together after their high-profile divorce. However, that means sometimes there will be compromises—and for Jolie, that includes staying in Los Angeles near Pitt so her kids can be closer to their father.

In a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the publication asked Jolie about her desire to encourage her children to explore the world. She shared that she “would love to live abroad and will do so as soon as my children are 18.” Although she didn’t say where, exactly, she wants to go, she indicated that those plans are on hold for a while because of her ex-husband. “Right now I’m having to base where their father chooses to live,” she explained.

Angelina Jolie and her children Vivienne, Zahara, Shiloh, and Knox attend the Maleficent: Mistress of Evil European Film Premiere in London. 

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While Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are both currently in Los Angeles, where Jolie was born, the actress has spent time in several different countries over the years. She formed a particularly special bond with Cambodia, where she adopted her oldest son Maddox Chivan.

In the interview, Jolie also opened up about what her life has been like after separating from Pitt. She shared that it’s her kids who have helped her to reconnect with herself and have shown her strength during a difficult period. “The part of us that is free, wild, open, curious can get shut down by life,” she said. “By pain or by harm. My children know my true self, and they have helped me to find it again and to embrace it.”

She continued, “They have been through a lot. I learn from their strength. As parents, we encourage our kids to embrace all that they are, and all that they know in their hearts to be right, and they look back at us and want the same for us.”

13 Home Things You Should Shop On Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Even if you don’t make pour-over coffee, boiling water in this gorgeous kettle means you’ll never have to listen to the shrill hiss of a teapot ever again. Stagg Pour-Over Kettle, $79

A Rug That Pops\

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An Understated Lamp\

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A Cheerful Mug\

Make every morning brighter with a handmade speckled mug from a perpetually sold-out ceramicist. Mary Carroll Pastel Dot Mug, $45

The Vacuum We’re Coveting\

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Give your razor, toothpaste, and anything else currently perched precariously on the edge of your tub a home with this minimalist caddy. Tooletries Silicone Toiletries Holder, $17

All the Beauty Products We Want to Buy On Black Friday and Cyber Monday

This cream blusher gives your cheeks a dewy, sun-kissed glow long past beach season. Plus, you can use it on your lips and eyelids too. Charlotte Tilbury Beach Stick, $45

A Foot-Pampering Tool

This grater sloughs off calluses to keep your feet baby-soft between pedicures. Microplane Colossal Pedicure Rasp, $11.

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Even someone who has never stepped foot in a Sephora can do a cat-eye with this dummy-proof winged-eyeliner stamp. Vavavoom Stamp, $19

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The be-all, end-all for dry hands (and face, and body, and lips), this cream pulls off the holy-grail trick of going on nongreasy but doing the work of an ointment. Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream, $26

An At-Home Blowout Bar

This one-handed wonder replaces your hair dryer and round brush—and has more than 8,000 five-star reviews. Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer, $60

Next-Level Mascara

It’s totally tubular. No, seriously: “Tubing” technology wraps lashes in polymer (versus tinting them) for volume that slides off only when you wash your face and not a second before. Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara, $28

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Blur your pores and mattify your skin with a translucent tinted formula that offers SPF 40 and can be worn with or without makeup. Supergoop! Smooth & Poreless 100% Mineral Matte Sunscreen, from $18

15 Best Lengthening Mascaras of 2019

While the rise of eyelash extensions, lifts, and tints have changed the lash game for good, there’s still a case to be made for mascara. You can pick up a tube anywhere, it takes your lashes from zero to 100 in mere seconds (as opposed to hour long treatments), and can cost less than a latte. Plus, the best lengthening mascaras out there will give you lashes just as long as extensions without all the fuss, you just need to know where to look for them.

Our editors swiped and tested their way through dozens of options to narrow down 15 that honestly deliver long, fluttery, Bambi-level lashes. From waterproof formulas to drugstore gems, there’s something for everyone. Read on for the best lengthening mascaras Glamour editors can’t live without now.

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Queen Elizabeth II Is Going Fur-Free

If you go far enough into Queen Elizabeth II’s lookbook, you’ll find plenty of instances in which she’s worn animal furs during royal engagements. At times, she and her relatives have been criticized for it. But times are a’changing, officially: Buckingham Palace has released a statement confirming that, if you do see the Queen in some kind of fur going forward, it won’t be real.

Following the publication of a memoir by Angela Kelly, the Queen’s personal advisor and dresser, in which she hints at the Queen’s shift to faux fur, a spokesperson for Buckingham Palace told The Telegraph: “As new outfits are designed for the Queen, any fur used will be fake.”

Queen Elizabeth II has been photographed wearing fur for decades. She wore a fur-trimmed hat and coat to a Christmas Day church service in 2010.

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This echoes what Kelly reportedly wrote in The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe: “If Her Majesty is due to attend an engagement in particularly cold weather, from 2019 onwards fake fur will be used to make sure she stays warm.” In the book, she also revealed that the Queen actually had a trim made from mink removed from one of her favorite coats.

In 2002, the Queen wore a fur coat in Canada, during her Jubilee tour celebrating her 50-year reign.

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The Palace told Harper’s Bazaar that this rule doesn’t necessarily mean she’s getting rid of all real fur in her wardrobe, though: “We are not suggesting that all fur on existing outfits will be replaced, or that the queen will never wear fur again. The queen will continue to re-wear existing outfits in her wardrobe.”

At the State Opening of Parliament in 2007, the Queen wore a robe coat trimmed with white fur.

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The change has been met positively by animal rights groups, including the Humane Society, which released a statement that said, “We are calling on the British Government to follow Her Majesty’s example and make the UK the first country in the world to ban the sale of animal fur.” PETA also dedicated a tweet to Her Royal Highness following this announcement.

This year, more brands and retailers—including Macy’s, Prada, and 3.1 Phillip Lim—have announced they would stop using and selling real animal fur.