"Teen Mom" star Kailyn Lowry offered some advice to Kylie Jenner, who is rumored to be pregnant, urging the social media star to enjoy her friends while she can, because they might fade away soon.
"Your social life definitely changes because you can't always go out when your friends want to go out, because you're either pregnant or you have a newborn," said Lowry, who first became pregnant at 17, according to TMZ.
Lowry went on to add that things might be "different" for Jenner, since "she'll have a lot of help and she'll have nannies and stuff."
"When your friends can't really relate, they kind of stop coming around," explained the former "16 and Pregnant" cast member.
From one reality TV star to another, Lowry conceded that Jenner will probably have it a lot easier than she did due to the makeup mogul's loaded bank account.
"For me it was a little different because I was still in high school, so no one really could relate to my situation," explained Lowry. "I think maybe there's a similarity there with Kylie. I don't really know too much about her but what I do know is she's pretty young and I can't imagine that a whole lot of her friends have kids at their age. So that might be a little hard for her."
Lowry, who has been a part of "Teen Mom" since 2011, is now 25 and has three sons, the youngest of whom she gave birth to in the summer after getting out of a struggling marriage and conceiving with her friend, Chris Lopez, notes People.
"Of course, I was filmed on the show saying I didn't want any more kids but I'm pregnant again," she wrote on her blog in February. "And like I say in my book -- with a little bit of hustle and heart, I can and I will survive anything. Having another child is something I am so happy about and I just can't wait. My boys are so excited, those who love me are so excited, and I hope that everyone can just be happy for me during this time."
While pregnant, Lowry made it through college and graduated with a bachelor's degree after six years of struggling, but never letting her dream go.
"Between teen motherhood, financial hurdles in the beginning, then moving to a new state, marriage, babies and divorce... and then of course just wanting to give up, I (barely) held on and I'm FINALLY graduating May 13!" she wrote on her blog in April. "This has been an extremely long and emotional road for me and for my family."