Kendall Jenner recalls crying in high school because Kylie was more popular

2018-11-02 14:35
Kendall Jenner & Kylie Jenner (PHOTO: Gallo/Getty)

Johannesburg - Kendall Jenner might be bagging all the right modeling gigs currently but it looks like the 22-year-old reality star might’ve had a bit of a lonely childhood growing up.

The KUWTK star recently opened up during a radio interview on ZAZA WORLD RADIO on Beats and spoke about how lonely she felt at school because her younger sister Kylie was much more popular, which often made her cry.

Speaking to show host Daniel Chetrit, she reflected on a time in high school when she didn’t have any friends,

"I remember there was a time when I was in middle school, even high school a little bit, [when I] didn't have that many friends,"  she said.

Kendall, who admitted to having to take a break from her career after her struggle with anxiety, said that recalling the lonely childhood memory still made her emotional.

"I was sitting in my room a lot of days crying because Kylie had so many friends, and I didn't know what to do, and it's gonna make me emotional right now."

Unlike her 21-year-old sister, who was popular, Kendall would spend most of her summer with horses.

"I had nothing to do. I would just sit with my horses and I’d go ride all day. I’m not kidding. I ride from 8:00 to 20:00. I would ride all my training horses because I had nothing better to do," Kendal recalled.

Several years later and things have changed for the better admitted Kendall. "I really was like, 'I'm never gonna have friends', and to look at my life now. It's so crazy," she said.

"It's crazy cause I really never thought that I would have more friends than Kylie ... not that that's ever a competition or should be anything ... I don't want that to come off weird, but again, she's so happy with the life she's living."

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