Kendall Jenner had a lot to celebrate this morning—-her first American Vogue cover. The beautiful brunette jumped on Snapchat to drop the awesome news (wasn’t Kylie just wishing for this for her birthday—we think she knew!) The top model opens up on Caitlyn’s transition, being a ‘loner’ and show she thought her modeling career would flop.
Kendall knew Bruce’s transition to Caitlyn would be rough on her. “I knew it was going to have its rough phase,” Kendall told Vogue. “But it’s all super normal now. It’s not weird at all. Sometimes I look at a picture of my dad when she was a guy, and it makes me a little sad — I get emotional. You have to get past it — you’ve got a new person to love. [Even] when I say ‘him’ or ‘her’ about someone who is clearly a guy or clearly a girl — even with my mom — I second-guess it now because of my dad.”
And although Kendall’s life looks great she used to cry about her more popular sister, Kylie.”I remember crying in my bedroom about the fact that Kylie had so many friends and I didn’t.” Kendall does admit being shy and spend a lot of time by herself playing video games or riding horses. And don;t think she thought she would have such a successful career in modeloing—she thought he relaity show background would make her career flop.“Coming from a reality show, people look down on that — a lot of people in the fashion industry don’t respect that world. Two years ago, when I first started this, I thought: This is going to be so embarrassing. No one is going to accept me, and it’s going to be a complete failure.”
And now here she is on the cover of VOGUE!
in a room with a bunch of people I love, looking at this cover made me cry. I FUCKING DID IT. SEPTEMBER VOGUE. this is the coolest thing ever! can't thank you enough Anna, for giving me the honor. @voguemagazine’s September issue, photographed by @mertalas and @macpiggott and styled by @tonnegood! See the cover story and photos in the link in my bio. ❤️
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