Kendall Jenner Opens Up About Her Life for ‘Harper’s BAZAAR’
04.20 / Style
Kendall Jenner has graced the cover of Harper's BAZAAR's 150th Anniversary Collector's Issue, opening up to the magazine about life in the spotlight. She chats about her family, work, and the intense privacy issues that she deals with as part of her daily routine.
Jenner tells Harper's BAZAAR that when she was 14, she wrote,"My goal in life is to become a big time model and travel to really amazing places." She's certainly succeeded, as one of the fashion industry's most sought-after models. Despite her interest in modeling, Jenner says she's also quite the "tomboy." Her dad, Caitlyn Jenner, says, "We have a special bond because she's a lot like me in so many ways. Hardworking. Athletic. She loves the car stuff."
In comparison to her sisters, the 21-year-old says she's far less interested in being "girly." She explains, "I've always been the different one. I like being a girl, but I've just never been into it like they have."
That's not the only way Jenner differs from her sisters. Though she's been in the public eye since she was 11, privacy is a priority for her. "More than the rest of my family, I guess," she tells Harper's BAZAAR. Part of this stems from safety issues, given her older sister Kim Kardashian West's terrifying Paris robbery, or Kendall's own problems last August with a stalker outside her home. The family has since ramped up security efforts, traveling everywhere with bodyguards. Though she agrees it's necessary, Jenner says, "I don't feel normal. And I like to feel as normal as I possibly can."
Check out the stunning photos from the shoot above, and read the full article here.
Source: Harpers Bazaar