Kylie Jenner's Ex-Boyfriend Tyga Was Once Married to the Mother of Tristan Thompson's Son

Kylie Jenner's Ex-Boyfriend Tyga Was Once Married to the Mother of Tristan Thompson's Son

The Kardashian-Jenner family dating tree is way more complicated than we previously thought.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ and E! News, Tyga, who previously dated Kylie Jenner, was once married to Jordan Craig, the mother of Tristan Thompson‘s son Prince, now 2.

Thompson, of course, is also father to 15-month-old daughter True with ex Khloé Kardashian, who is Jenner’s older sister.

The outlets report that the “Taste” rapper (né Michael Ray Stevenson) and Craig were married in September 2010. Tyga, 29, filed for divorce one month later, and their split was finalized in 2011. Recently, however, the rapper has begun liking Craig’s Instagram posts.

After splitting with Craig, Tyga began dating Blac Chyna, after the pair met on set of his “Rack City” music video in 2011, the same year his divorce with Craig was finalized. By August 2014, Tyga and Chyna had split and co-parent 6-year-old son King Cairo.

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Following his split from Chyna, Tyga dated Jenner, 21. The two were first linked in the fall of 2014 when Jenner was just 17, though they didn’t confirm the relationship until March 2015. Following Jenner’s 18th birthday in August that year, they became much more open as a couple, regularly stepping out together and documenting much of their love on social media.

But in April 2018, Tyga and Jenner, 21, called it quits, and she now shares baby daughter Stormi, 15 months, with rapper boyfriend Travis Scott.

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Savannah Guthrie's Timely Message to Students Graduating This Year: Don't 'Worry So Much'

Savannah Guthrie's Timely Message to Students Graduating This Year: Don't 'Worry So Much'

Savannah Guthrie traded Rockefeller Center for the National Mall this weekend, delivering the George Washington University commencement speech in Washington, D.C. on Sunday.

Speaking with PEOPLE before her big moment, the Today co-anchor previewed the advice she wants to share with students: give the worrying a break.

“I try to think about what I wish someone had told me when I was their age or at that moment in my life, and my big message is not to worry so much; that they have goals, and they should have goals, but really, the journey is the whole purpose,” Guthrie, 47, told PEOPLE.

It’s a timely message for graduates, as a new study from UC Berkeley suggests the “number of 18- to 26-year-old students who report suffering from anxiety disorder has doubled since 2008.”

“What you’re doing, the life you live, the company you keep, the friends you have and the things you learn along the way, that is the goal,” said Guthrie. “At some point, I say, ‘Your path is your purpose.’ And I really believe that. I’m all for setting high goals and just really trying to get after them, but I want them to feel good about whatever their path looks like.”

The way Guthrie sees it, the college graduates are “already on their way, they’re already doing what they’re supposed to do and they’re just where they’re supposed to be.”

It’s a lesson Guthrie has learned through trial and error on her path to Today. After graduating cum laude from the University of Arizona with a degree in journalism in 1993, Guthrie “worked very hard sending out tapes” to get her first TV news job.

“I tell the story in the speech — it’s funny now, but it wasn’t funny then,” said Guthrie. “I finally, finally landed a job in TV news in a tiny market in Montana, moved all the way up there, and 10 days after I started, they closed the station. My career was over before it even began.”

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It was one of “those moments where you think, ‘It’s over, I’m all washed up, I’ve got nowhere to go,’ ” said Guthrie. “It’s what you do in those moments that ultimately determine your whole path.”

After moving back home and feeling embarrassed

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A Tribute to the ‘Magic’ of Jackie Kennedy’s Life, Legacy, Style 25 Years After Her Death

A Tribute to the ‘Magic’ of Jackie Kennedy’s Life, Legacy, Style 25 Years After Her Death

It has been 25 years since former First Lady and fashion icon Jackie Kennedy Onassis died.

Born Jackie Bouvier, she became one of the most famous women in the world after entering into a relationship with then-Congressman John F. Kennedy, who would go on to become the 35th President of the United States.

During her time as First Lady, Jackie brought a new type of elegance and fashion that had never been seen before, and refurnished the White House to a whole new look.

In honor of the 25th Anniversary of her death, PEOPLE has a new special in tribute to the woman that changed fashion forever.

Here are some of the biggest (and most surprising) highlights of PEOPLE’s special for Jackie Kennedy.

The Accident with Her Wedding Dress

While most people may not know, there was a big accident that occurred just several days before Jackie and John’s wedding day.

Jackie’s dress, which was designed by African-American designer Ann Lowe and had 50 yards of taffeta, was drenched after a pipe burst, along with all 10 of her bridesmaids dresses, as Digital Director Zoe Ruderman explains.

“In those few days leading up to the wedding, the designer had to recreate all 11 of the dresses,” Ruderman explains.

The wedding, described by East Coast Editor Liz McNeil as “the closest thing we’ve had to a royal wedding,” went as scheduled, with a crowd of 3,000 arriving to witness the newlyweds marriage at St. Mary’s Church in Newport, Rhode Island.

Watch the full episode of Jackie: A Life in Style streaming now on, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. Refurnishing the White House

“She wanted the White House to be a house that was equal and of stature,” McNeil says of Jackie’s remodeling following JFK’s 1960 presidential victory.

After completing a full remodeling, Jackie invited the public in to see the changes, which became the 1962 Tour of the White House.

That day became one of the very few interviews Jackie gave, where she showed the public that “style was much more than what you wore, it was how you live, how you spoke, the dinner parties you held, the furniture,” McNeil explains.

RELATED: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: Rare, Gorgeous Photos of the Iconic First Lady


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Happy Anniversary! Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Share Previously Unseen Wedding Photos

Happy Anniversary! Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Share Previously Unseen Wedding Photos

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are sharing the love!

Marking their one-year wedding anniversary, the royal couple has released a charming set of behind-the-scenes pictures from their happy day last year.

The slide show on the couple’s Instagram page begins with a gorgeous black-and-white photo of Meghan and Harry from inside Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel, and also shows the blushing bride holding the hand of her mother Doria Ragland and signing the wedding register alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, who married them.

Another stunning shot showcases Meghan, 37, taking a bouquet from one of her bridal party and receiving some last minute checks to the veil over her Givenchy dress.


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Another sweet photo of Harry, 34, shows the groom-to-be looking up at the camera as he and brother and best man Prince William, 36, leave for the ceremony, and there’s a lovely one of Meghan being greeted by her father-in-law Prince Charles as he escorted her on the last part of her journey to the altar.

Among the 14 images, they unveil a relaxed portrait of the couple – likely relieved that the very public element of the day was over — surrounded by their little bridesmaids and page boys. And there is a solitary one of Harry appearing to be checking his speech.

Ending with a triumphant colorful shot of the crowds who thronged Windsor on that sunny spring day, they use the release of pictures to thank wellwishers for “all the love and support from so many of you around the world. Each of you made this day even more meaningful.”

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RELATED: Harry and Meghan’s Wedding Album! See the Top 15 Toast-Worthy Moments from Their Big Day

Backed by “This Little Light of Mine” which was sung as the recessional song at the ceremony, the couple says: “We hope you enjoy reliving this moment, and seeing some behind the scenes photos from this special day.”

RELATED VIDEO: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Baby Archie: Inside Their New

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Everything You Need to Know Before Watching the Game of Thrones Series Finale

Everything You Need to Know Before Watching the Game of Thrones Series Finale

Winter is about to come to an end.

After eight seasons, Game of Thrones is closing out with what should be an epic final episode — and possibly a few surprising deaths.

After last episode’s fiery revenge of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and her dragon Drogon on King’s Landing, the remaining survivors will have to decide if their “rightful queen” is an ally or a threat.

So who will end up on the coveted Iron Throne … if anyone? Here is everything you need to know before HBO’s epic fantasy drama finishes its incredible ride.

When Is It Airing?

The sixth and final episode of the series (73rd episode total) will air on Sunday, May 19th at 9 pm ET.

Viewers should prepare for a long night, as the closing episode will clock in at a total of 79 minutes, just like “The Bells” last week. The final two episodes ultimately tie for the longest running episode of the season, closely behind the third episode, “The Long Night,” which ran for 82 minutes total.

RELATED: Game of Thrones Series Finale Teaser Is Full of Falling Ash, Hints at a Queen’s Cruel Rule

Who’s Left to Take the Iron Throne?

Despite having arguably the largest cast in television history, there is only a limited amount of players left for the final episode. After Dany’s vengeful attack on King’s Landing, Cersei (Lena Headey), Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), The Hound (Rory McCann), The Mountain (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson), Qyburn (Anton Lesser), Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) and Varys (Conleth Hill) all failed to make it out of the chaos alive.

Having survived the King’s Landing massacre, Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham), Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), and Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) will have to come to terms with Dany’s destruction. Will Jon be able to forgive his Queen (and lover) for her actions?

Meanwhile, in the North, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) await reuniting with their allies — and Sansa will surely have choice words for her rival Dany, especially after the events of last episode.

Remaining key cogs in the series finale include expectant parents Sam (John Bradley) and Gilly (Hannah Murray), as well as recently knighted Brienne (Gwendoline Christie), Tormund (Kristofer Hivju)

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