19th Sep 2015
The phrase ?keeping things quiet? wouldn’t normally go alongside?a famous reality TV star with the surname Jenner, but that’s just what Kendall Jenner tries to do when it comes to her personal life.
The Kardashian/Jenner clan are world famous, and though many of her siblings seem to favour the public attention (yes, we do mean you Kim), the 19-year-old has a more low-key approach when it comes to dealing with her public and private life.
“It’s not always easy, but I don’t know, I just like to keep my private life private,” she told ET Online. “I try my best, but at the same time, I try not to let being out with someone affect my everyday life. If I want to go out and grab a smoothie with a friend who’s a male, I’m not gonna let the paparazzi stop me from doing that and living my life and just being a normal person.”
“I try to keep things as private as I can, but when it comes to a point, it’s just not a big deal.?
Young as she is, Jenner seems very grounded. We’re fans of the hard working model (she just wrapped NYFW and has appeared on practically every designer runway in the US). She appears genuinely likeable and has made a solid name for herself in the fashion world, despite being relatively new to the industry. It can’t be easy growing up in the spotlight, as her younger sister Kylie will attest to, but she has handled it with an elegant grace.
No doubt her name helped her starting out, but she has proved she’s no longer reliant on anything (or anyone else) to make things happen in her career. Not only is she one of the most sought-after models, she’s a brand ambassador and was also one of the highest-earning models of the year, according to Forbes. Not a bad resume for a 19-year-old.
When it comes to her obvious success in the modelling world, Kendall remains refreshingly humble. She revealed she was star struck when she met actress Olivia Wilde during NYFW.
“She’s awesome,” Kendall said of the Tron: Legacy star. “I just assume no one knows me.”
And Jenner’s thoughts on who might be the next model in the family? Two-year-old North West seems like a safe bet. ?I can’t see it any other way, that face is just too good,” she said.
Via ET Online
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