Kendall Jenner felt that she wasn't as ''sexy'' as her sisters when she was growing up because of her slender frame.
Kendall Jenner didn't feel as ''sexy'' as her sisters when she was growing up.
The 23-year-old model - who has sisters Kourtney, 39, Kim, 38, Khloé, 34 and Kylie Jenner, 21 - is known for her 5ft10'' tall and slender frame, but she hasn't always felt confident because she wasn't as ''curvy'' as her female siblings, which made her think that she didn't ''fit in'' for part of her teen years.
She told The Daily Telegraph: ''My sisters are a lot curvier than me. They have boobs and I don't have boobs. Growing up being this little twiggy girl, I saw my sisters and always thought 'oh no am I supposed to be more sexy like them?' I almost felt like I didn't fit in for a part of my life''.
Kendall likes to keep her style bold and ''adventurous'', and admitted that she likes to keep her wardrobe looks ''fun'' and ''funky''.
She said: ''[My style is] comfortable and also funky. I love to push boundaries. Style is meant to be fun and adventurous and I try my best to do that.''
Kendall is known for doing things ''differently'' when it comes to her siblings by keeping her private life under wraps, as she only confirmed she is dating NBA star Ben Simmons earlier this year, and the star insisted that she simply has a ''different vibe''.
She added: ''I'm not necessarily a lot like them. I like that I have a different vibe to everyone. I like to do different things. And that's OK.''
The brunette beauty also praised her ''female-heavy'' relationships with her friends and family for making her feel ''empowered'' daily.
She continued: ''We're a very female-heavy, work-driven family. We all work really hard. It's an empowering feeling to be able to give yourself a little gift that you know you'll love for a long time. I love learning from other women and feeding off each other and supporting each other.
''Female relationships. To have women around me now - whether it's friends or family - it's super important for me.''
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