Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott criticised over child's Billboard Music Awards outfit

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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have received criticism for their daughter Stormi's outfit after the four-year-old joined her parents at the Billboard Music Awards 2022.

The couple made it a family affair at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday night, after their eldest child made a surprise appearance on the red carpet.

The Kylie Cosmetics founder, who gave birth to her second child three months ago, wore a 'naked' dress that showcased her post-pregnancy body. She accessorised with a gold bangle on each wrist, wearing her hair sleeked back in an updo.

Meanwhile Scott, opted for dark green suit jacket, a white shirt, and matching suit trousers. He paired the outfit with cream and green Nike sneakers.

But it was actually Stormi's look that seemed to draw the most attention.

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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott took daughter Stormi Webster, four, to the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott took daughter Stormi Webster, four, to the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)
The family posed on the red carpet at last night's event. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)
The family posed on the red carpet at last night's event. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)

Dressed in a white one-shoulder, white mini dress and high-top trainers Stormi looked totally unfazed as she posed for pictures with her parents.

But while many fans were delighted by the youngster's appearance, others weren't so sure about the choice of outfit.

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On a video of the four-year-old walking the red carpet with her famous mother, shared to the Billboard Instagram account, some users expressed the opinion that the outfit wasn't age-appropriate.

"Why they got that lil girl dressed like that," one wrote.

"I think that dress is too short for her but hey not my kid," another commented.

"Too grown for a kid @billboard not cute!" another user added.

"The child is dressed like an adult," commented another.

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Some fans weren't convinced about Stormi's outfit. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)
Some fans weren't convinced about Stormi's outfit. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for MRC)

But others were excited to see the family posing together with some impressed by the youngster's confidence.

"Stormi looking so cute," one wrote.

"Omg Stormiiiii, look at her walk damn," another added.

"OMG stormii so cuteee," a further user commented.

Stormi poses with her mother, Kylie Jenner. (Photo by Christopher Polk/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Stormi poses with her mother, Kylie Jenner. (Photo by Christopher Polk/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

It actually isn't the first time little Stormi has made a red carpet appearance with her famous parents.

Back in 2019, when she was just 18 months old Stormi, made her A-list event debut at the premiere of Scott’s Netflix documentary, Look Mom I can Fly.

Perched on her mother’s hip, Stormi smiled for the photo call and left crowds impressed with her swirl-emblazoned outfit and box-fresh trainers, which clocked up serious fashion brownie points.

More recently the couple were accompanied by their daughter at the 72nd annual Parsons Benefit in New York City in 2021.

This time little Stormi wore a black knee length dress teamed with blue, white and black Nike high-tops, adding a pop of colour to her outfit.

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Little Stormi previously appeared with her parents at the The 72nd Annual Parsons Benefit in June 2021. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for The New School)
Little Stormi previously appeared with her parents at the The 72nd Annual Parsons Benefit in June 2021. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for The New School)
Stormi was just 18 months when she made her red carpet debut at the premiere of Netflix's 'Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly' in August 2019. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)
Stormi was just 18 months when she made her red carpet debut at the premiere of Netflix's 'Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly' in August 2019. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Jenner and Scott got together in 2017 and months later she became pregnant, with the pair welcoming Stormi in February 2018.

While they broke up in September 2019, they reconciled and have gone on to welcome another child, a son on February 2 this year.

It was originally revealed the couple had opted to name their son, Wolf, but have since chosen to change their little one's moniker.

The beauty entrepreneur, 24, opened up about the change of heart on Instagram Stories telling her followers of the name change.

"FYI our [son's] name isn't Wolf anymore," the reality TV star wrote. "We just didn't feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere."

Jenner and Scott initially announced they had named the baby boy Wolf in a February 11 post on Instagram Stories, writing simply: "Wolf Webster".

The revelation came just hours after Jenner released a video titled To Our Son, sharing a closer insight into her pregnancy journey with her second child.

While their newborn may no longer be called Wolf, the couple have yet to reveal their child's new moniker.

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