Kylie Jenner’s Instagram record has been beaten by an EGG

It's after a campaign was started to beat her record

Instagram: World_Record_Egg / Kylie Jenner © Getty

by Laura Thornton |

Back in February 2018, Kylie Jenner broke the record for the most liked Instagram photo when she shared an adorable photo of her new-born daughter, Stormi. However, in what is so far the most bizarre showbiz story we've had to write in 2019, it seems she has now been de-throned by a simple picture of an egg.

The picture of the egg was posted from an account aptly named 'world_record_egg' alongside the caption, 'Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this 🙌'.

And EGGcitingly (sorry) they've done it! At the time of writing, the egg currently has over 32 million likes on Instagram.

The adorable picture of Stormi Webster that previously held the record was flooded with comments of 'egg' as well as egg emojis.

Instagram eggs

Kylie Jenner announced that she had given birth to a baby girl on 1st February 2018 after an extremely secretive pregnancy. She posted a video explaining why she had kept the arrival of her and Travis Scott's daughter so secret in a video that documented their journey.

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