June 15, 2021 | 2:59pm

Family for life.

Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi Webster flew in to New York City for just a few short hours to support Travis Scott, who is being honored at the 72nd annual Parsons Benefit, Page Six has learned.

A source exclusively told us the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, 23, and the 3-year-old arrived early Tuesday and will be leaving shortly after the event.

“It’s really why she’s [in New York],” the insider added. “But she loves New York City.”

We’re told the mother-daughter duo were also spotted making a pit stop at the American Girl doll store on Tuesday.

Jenner is expected to walk the carpet at the Parsons Benefit, held at The Rooftop at Pier 17 in the Seaport District, but will likely not be doing any media interviews.

Since May, it’s been rumored that the Kylie Cosmetics CEO is back together with Scott, with whom she shares Stormi.

While Jenner has not commented on their current status, she did speak up to shut down claims that the on-again, off-again pair were in an open relationship.

She tweeted in May, “It’s just careless and disrespectful to throw this narrative out there without knowing what’s true.”

Whether or not they are an official item, it’s no secret that there is still a lot of love between Jenner and Scott.

Last month, Jenner flew to Miami to celebrate Scott’s birthday, and the previous year, the reality star told the rapper on his special day, “Love you forever.”

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner attend the Travis Scott:
Scott and Jenner welcomed Stormi in 2018.
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Once again, Jenner will be there for Scott on Tuesday night during a milestone moment.

According to Billboard, the “Sicko Mode” performer is among a group of creatives being celebrated for their “contributions to design, retail, entrepreneurship, the arts, sustainability and social justice, as well as their longstanding commitment to supporting and creating opportunities for future generations of artists and designers.”

Scott previously said of the award, “I’m very excited to be receiving this honor from The New School and grateful to be a part of this group of innovators. I’ve always tried to fuse fashion, technology and the arts into everything I do. These are all linked and a natural extension of my work.”

He added, “It has never been about specific brands or labels for me. It’s about the vision. It’s about making your own things, seeing what’s out there, and never compromising.”

Scott has previously mentioned how much Stormi has made a “huge impact” on his music career.

“Fatherhood influences my job,” he told i-D magazine in February. “It’s a major inspiration.”

He added, “Fatherhood just be like, I don’t live for myself anymore. I was already going so hard for the fans and now, oh man, Stormi, it’s like … I love that.”