Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi rushed to hospital due to allergic reaction

Kylie Jenner spent her Sunday in hospital after her 15-month-old daughter Stormi Webster suffered an allergic reaction.

The mother-of-one told her fans about the ordeal on Instagram after she returned home with her baby girl following what must have been one of the scariest days of the 21-year-old’s life.

Kylie didn’t explain what Stormi had reacted to but told fans that her daughter was back in good health following the scare.

‘Spent the day in the hospital with my baby,’ she wrote in Instagram stories. ‘She had an allergic reaction but is 100% okay now and we are home.

‘Nothing else matters when these things happen. God bless all the moms with sick babies. I’m sending so much love and positive energy your way (sic).’

In the post before, Kylie revealed just how thankful she was feeling after her scary day in the hospital.

‘Blessed beyond words. thank you God,’ she wrote while showing the sunset from her back garden.

‘I believe in being a reflection of what you’d like to receive. If you want love, give love. If you want success, wish success.’

Kylie – who shares her daughter with rapper boyfriend Travis Scott – gave birth to Stormi in February 2018 and has fully embraced her role as a doting mother.

Just days before the scare, Kylie had been telling fans about Stormi’s rather fancy taste in food.

Turns out her boujie baby loves edamame and soy sauce rice at famed sushi restaurant Nobu because the girl has serious taste.

Kylie said: ‘Stormi loves sushi. I’ll take her to Nobu … I don’t feed her anything raw, but she just loves edamame. They’ll bring the whole thing of edamame. She will not stop until it’s all gone. She eats all the edamame.

‘She’ll eat a whole bowl of soy sauce rice.’

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