Kendall Jenner Admits To Lying Loads As A Kid

And she still tells porkies when she's stealing her younger sister's clothes...


by Sophie Wilkinson |
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To those eagle-eyed viewers of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, you might be surprised at Kendall Jenner’s foray into modelling, as an old episode showed that she wasn’t actually that keen on walking the runway. Older sister Kim took her along to a model-walking coach in New York, but Kendall stormed out the session in a teenage-style huff apparently because she didn't like that world.

But – shock, horror! – it might have been a lie after all. In an interview accompanying a beautiful black-and-white topless photo shoot, she said: ‘To be honest, this is exactly what I wanted to be. I was always looking up to supermodels. They were, like, my superheroes.’

Could the previous reluctance to get involved be down to her predilection for telling porkies? Perhaps. ‘When I was little, I would always lie about the stupidest things. In kindergarten or first grade, I would tell people I had tigers living in my attic and a room full of gold. I would tell people I was from Hawaii, but I had a southern accent,’ she told Interview magazine. ‘I was the biggest liar for no reason and then, as I got older, I thought, “Why am I lying to everybody?” I would hear other people lie and be like, “You sound so stupid.” So then I would just change my lies. The only person I lie to is my little sister when I steal her clothes.’

It's funny she would lie when her real life – her dad's an ex-Olympian athlete, her mum was married to OJ Simpson's lawyer, everyone in her family has a name beginning with 'k' – is so outrageous as it is. But hey, no judgement – we've all told lies in the school playground in the past. The plus side for lil' sister Kylie, though, is now Kendall’s owned up and admitted to actually liking modelling, she’s probably getting so many free clothes sent to her that she won’t need to steal hers and lie about it anymore!

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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