Kylie Jenner is definitely going to be the best stepmum ever

Kylie Jenner might only be 17, but she's already living an adult life. Not only has she just moved into her own luxury home in Calabasas, California, but the reality star is also paving the path to becoming the best future stepmum in the world.

It seems that the finishing touches to her €2.3m mini-mansion included a special something for her boyfriend Tyga’s toddler son, King Cairo.

Reportedly, Kylie has made sure King has his own space in her house, with a specially designed bedroom in keeping with the "royalty" theme set by his name. Even as a toddler, little King will actually be sitting like a king, with a source telling Hollywood life that Kylie has installed a throne in the little boy's bedroom.

A THRONE. Can we move in too?

The house is huge, and Kylie apparently wants Tyga and King to feel right at home. A lavish "King's Court" playroom is certainly one way to do that. 

It's not all for King's benefit though, as an insider tells Hollywood Life that all Kylie wants is to "feel safe and secure" in her relationship with Tyga. And while we’ve gotten plenty of glimpses into the 17-year old’s ultra-lavish looking mansion, complete with a glam room and walk-in shoe closet, we have yet to see the throne… so she must be holding off to unveil King's room as a big surprise.

Kylie is obviously smitten with Tyga’s young song, even recently changing her name on social media to King Kylie. Well, it's a better title than "stepmum" anyways.

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