Kylie Jenner is getting her groove back.
The “Kardashians” star gave her TikTok followers a candid postpartum update Thursday, three months after giving birth to her son.
Jenner, 24, used audio of herself talking to then-friend Jordyn Woods in a 2017 episode of her show “Life of Kylie” while recording the video.
“I’m getting my personality back, though. Like, I’m feeling like myself again,” the reality star mouthed. “I really was not myself.”
She captioned the upload, “when your postpartum hormones start to level out 😅😅😃.”
While many TikTok users commented on how “gorgeous” Jenner looked in the clip, one wrote, “Postpartum is a rollercoaster. Glad you’re feeling better.”
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum gave birth to her and Travis Scott’s baby boy in February, four years after their daughter Stormi’s arrival.
The following month, Jenner described her “hard” postpartum experience after baby No. 2.
“It’s not easy, mentally, physically, spiritually, it’s just crazy,” she explained to her Instagram followers in the March video.
“I didn’t want to just get back to life without saying that,” she added. “For other moms going through it right now … it hasn’t been easy for me either.”
The Kylie Cosmetics creator went on to encourage other struggling moms, saying, “I just keep reminding myself I made a whole human, a beautiful healthy boy. We have to stop putting pressure on ourselves.”
Jenner continued documenting her progress via social media, from treadmill workouts to pilates and cardio sessions.
“Gained 60lbs again this pregnancy🤰,” she wrote via Instagram in April. “[I’m] down 40lbs 🙏 [and] just trying to be healthy and patient.”
That same month, the makeup mogul revealed that she still had not decided on a name for her infant son after previously choosing Wolf and changing her mind.
“Before I officially change it, I want to make sure,” she told “Entertainment Tonight” of the “strong options” she and Scott, 31, had in mind.
“Wolf was never on our list,” Jenner added at the time. “I liked the name. There’s nothing against Wolf, it just wasn’t him.”