Travis Scott will "forever protect" Stormi Webster's smile.

The 26-year-old Astroworld rapper shared two adorable new photos of his and Kylie Jenner's 6-month-old baby girl on Wednesday. The pictures show the father-daughter duo spending some quality time together on a large balcony, with Stormi showing off her big smile.

"Big mood! Teach my stormi to love," Travis captioned the Instagram post. "I'll forever protect that smile." Kylie also posted a new photo with Stormi from the same location, writing, "you make all my mornings."

These family pictures, which appear to have been taken in New York City, follow shortly after Travis and Kylie attended the 2018 MTV VMAs together at Radio City Music Hall.

Stormi Webster, Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner

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After posing separately on the red carpet on Monday, the 21-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her rapper beau were spotted packing on the PDA inside the ceremony. Towards the end of the award show, Travis took to the stage to perform a medley of hits from his latest album alongside James Blake.

Later on in the night after the VMAs, Travis hosted an after-party at 1OAK NYC. "Kylie and Travis arrived together hand in hand at 1 a.m. and stayed past 4 a.m.," a source told E! News. "They were escorted to a private table at the left of the stage with their entourages."

Stormi Webster, Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner

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"Travis and Kylie stayed by each other's sides the entire time," the insider continued. "Her and Travis were cuddling and looked very cute. He looked very protective over her."

Prior to attending the VMAs, Nicki Minaj called out the couple and Spotify after her album Queen debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, behind Travis' Astroworld. Travis, Kylie and Nicki were originally seated next to each other during the award show, but the couple ended up taking Nicki's seat at the ceremony.

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