Timothee Chalamet 'plans Kylie Jenner's birthday celebration': 'The final cherry on top?'

Timothee Chalamet is already working on plans to celebrate Kylie Jenner's birthday.



Timothee Chalamet won't allow his acting career to "ruin" his relationship with Kylie Jenner.

The 28-year-old actor has enjoyed huge success in recent years, but he's determined to prioritise his romance with the brunette beauty.

A source told DailyMail.com: "He is on such a rise in Hollywood right now and he is nurturing that as much as possible - but he has no plans to allow that to ruin his relationship with Kylie."

The make-up mogul turns 27 in August, and Timothee is already making plans for Kylie's birthday.

The insider shared: "He is thinking so much about the future with her and one thing he is looking forward to is her birthday.

"He has been talking to her sisters about plans for a multi-level birthday for her. He wants it to be both a low-key affair - dinner alone - and also wants a big bash with family and friends, and to do something that incorporates her kids.

"The final cherry on top? He wants to take her on a tropical getaway, where they can just be alone.

"Once he ends filming, he wants to go somewhere exotic and just enjoy the summer together. The wheels are in motion to make it all happen."

Kylie previously insisted that she wants to keep her personal life out of the spotlight.

The TV star explained that in spite of her celebrity status, she actually prefers to spend time at home with her friends and family.

She told HommeGirls: "I value a lot of personal time.

"So, I usually have people over for dinner, or I go to someone’s house, or if we’re going out somewhere usually my friends come over and we get ready together."

Kylie finds it tough to engage with fans while also retaining her privacy.

She said: "The internet is amazing because obviously that’s where I started my business. It’s been great for me to connect with my fans but now I think it’s about finding balance. There’s a dark side to it. It’s just about finding that balance."