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Travis Scott grabs Kylie Jenner's bum as she stuns in a white dress at LA premiere of his new film

TRAVIS Scott struggled to keep his hands off of Kylie Jenner at the LA premiere of his new Netflix documentary.

The 28-year-old rapper was pictured grabbing his billionaire girlfriend's bottom, as their daughter Stormi made her red carpet debut at the star-studded bash for his latest film Look Mom I Can Fly.

Travis was pictured cuddling his partner, before he reached out for her pert derriere and nestled his face into her neck.

The musician looked as dapper as ever in a brown suit, and black shirt.

While Kylie stunned in an elegant white figure hugging gown.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star accessorised with a white bow tied around her neck, a matching white clutch bag and pointed toe heels, as well as a vast array of diamond rings.



She pinned up her dark tresses to ensure all eyes were on her outfit, as she wore her hair in a high ponytail with her fringe slicked to one side.

Kylie, 22, returned the affection as she was seen planting a kiss on her boyfriend's cheek as they posed for pictures.

Their 18-month-old daughter wanted in on the fun as she too reached out to kiss her dad.

While Kylie held onto her little one, Stormi reached out to plant a huge smacker on her father's cheek.



Stormi donned a camouflage printed co-ord with white trainers, while her hair was pinned up in cute pigtails.

Following in her famous mum's footsteps she was laden with expensive gems, as she wore diamond earrings, as well as a matching diamond bracelet and ring for the occasion.

The trio continued to pose for pictures as a family at the glamorous event in Santa Monica yesterday.

Netflix has confirmed Travis' Look Mom I Can Fly will premiere on its service on August 28, 2019.

The production will give fans an insight  into Travis’ life on the road, adapting to fatherhood, and his career.

Kylie and Travis started dating on and off in April 2017, and in February 2018 she gave birth to their first child.

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