Kylie Jenner Shares Photos of Daughter Stormi, 4, in Portofino for Kourtney Kardashian's Wedding

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Kylie and Stormi
Kylie and Stormi

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Kylie Jenner had the cutest date to sister Kourtney Kardashian's wedding!

On Monday, the makeup mogul, 24, shared a series of photos on Instagram from her weekend in Portofino, Italy, for Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding.

The "Portofino dump" included a sweet shot of Jenner's 4-year-old daughter Stormi taking in the sights of Italy while standing on the port of a boat. Stormi, who looks too cute in a sleeveless white dress, stands barefoot on her tiptoes to get a good look across the water.

While Jenner and Stormi celebrated in Italy over the weekend, Stormi's dad Travis Scott stayed behind in Los Angeles.

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The night before the Italian nuptials, Jenner joined her famous family — including mom Kris and sisters Kim, Khloé, and Kendall — to celebrate Kardashian and Barker at a pre-wedding dinner. Meanwhile, back in L.A., Scott attended Roc Nations Tyran "Ty Ty" Smith's 50th black-tie birthday party with JAY-Z.

The two stars were first linked in April 2017 when they attended Coachella. In February 2018, they welcomed Stormi.

They are now also parents to a baby boy, whom they welcomed this past February. His name was originally Wolf but the Kylie Cosmetics Mogul later said they've changed it.

"Kylie's such a good and nurturing mother," a source recently told PEOPLE. "She really is the best mom and is always hands-on and doing things herself for the baby and Stormi. She's super sweet with those kids."

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