Kylie Jenner stuns in stockings amid rumours of romance with rapper Drake

Kylie Jenner has been showing off her toned legs – as well as her new makeup collection – on Instagram .

The world's youngest self-made billionaire, 22, was surrounded by sultry red as she struck up a pose in a pair of thigh-high stockings.

"Finally revealing my Holiday '19 collection right now on my stories," the reality star wrote, "This exclusive collection launches Nov.19th at 3pm only on!

"Mark this off your XMAS list & don't be late."

Kylie, wearing her raven locks in a voluminous wave, rocked some bold lipstick and eye makeup in the snap.

Fans rushed to the comments section.

One wrote: "I love the red lipstick shades!! One of the best."

Another gushed: "U always best @kyliejenner."

A third could hardly contain their enthusiasm: "I love you Queen @kyliejenner."

She'd already teased that the collection was "around the corner" while she rocked an enormous red bow on her head.

The latest offering comes amid a flurry of rumours of a romantic spark between Kylie and rapping sensation Drake.

She recently called it quits with ex and father of her daughter Stormi, Travis Scott – but the rumours claim she's found another romantic rapper in Drake.

The Sun reported that Kylie wanted to keep the rumored romance from her family, as her half-sister Kim Kardashian is married to Kanye West who was previously said to be locked in a feud with Drake.

A source told the publication: "[Kylie] wanted to keep the news from her sister Kim Kardashian who is married to Kanye West.

"However, there's no suggestion that there was any overlap with Kylie's ex-boyfriend Travis Scott, the father of her daughter Stormi, who she split from this year."

Despite the split, Kylie and Travis seem to be on good terms, as Kylie took one year old Stormi to cheer on her daddy at his Astroworld Music Festival in Houston, Texas.

A source told People : "It was important for her to support Travis' festival. They are still very close and often hang out with Stormi."

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