Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's romance has apparently heated up under the Florida sun. 

The upcoming Life of Kylie star, 19, joined Scott in Miami this past weekend and paparazzi photographs show them definitely looking like a couple, Us Weekly reported.

Jenner reportedly traveled to Miami in order to support the 25-year-old "Goosebumps" rapper, who was scheduled to perform at the Rolling Loud Festival held in Florida's Bayfront Park.

In photos obtained by Us, Jenner and Scott were walking around together in black graphic T-shirts and baggy pants on Sunday, May 7.

Scott placed his left arm around Jenner's neck in the photos, while she sweetly held his hand that was dangling over her shoulder.

An insider told Us last week, "Travis is telling friends that he and Kylie are the real deal."

Jenner and the Texas-born musician have seemingly been inseparable since they were spotted getting cozy at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in mid-April, just weeks after Jenner ended her longtime on-again, off-again romance with Tyga. 

Tyga allegedly moved out of Jenner's $6 million Hidden Hills, CA, mansion a little over a month ago.

Jenner and Scott also sat courtside at an NBA basketball game in his hometown of Houston last month and celebrated Scott Disick's birthday at a hotspot called Cipriani, where Kendall Jenner reportedly joined them.

"They really looked like a couple," an eyewitness at Disick's bash told the magazine of Jenner and her beau.

The lip kit maven's new reality show, Life of Kylie, is coming to E! this summer, so maybe Scott will make an appearance. The network previously announced it had ordered eight, half-hour episodes of the new series.

Life of Kylie will follow the reality TV star's personal and professional life as she juggles many hats as "an entrepreneur, fashion designer, author, television star, style icon and CEO/Founder of Kylie Cosmetics," according to E!, adding that she will also be shown spending time with friends.
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