Kendall Jenner took to her Twitter account to thank doctors for all their help after she was forced to miss part of Milan Fashion Week due to illness.
Kendall Jenner has thanked doctors after she was forced to miss part of Milan Fashion Week due to illness.
The 19-year-old model - who graced the runway for Fendi last week alongside Karlie Kloss - has revealed she wasn't feeling her best following the show after taking to her Twitter account to thank the medical experts who treated her.
Kendall - who starred in a total of eight shows at New York Fashion Week at the beginning of the month and walked for Giles in London last week - added she is pleased to have recovered in time for Paris Fashion Week which kicks off this Wednesday (04.02.15).
She wrote: ''thank you to all the Drs. for getting me better so I can go to Paris now and continue fashion month. sad I had to miss the rest of Milan. (sic)''
It was recently revealed the brunette beauty had received some criticism from her fellow models during New York Fashion week after Teen Vogue cover star Binx Walton and Lexi Boling wrote harsh comments about a backstage image of her posted on Vogue Germany's Instagram account.
Lexi tagged Binx in her comment, ''@binxwalton she's never looked better'', including a crying with laughter emoticon to which Binx replied, ''that's f**ked up'', with the same animated laughing face.
However, Lexi has since apologised for making the ''silly comment'' and an insider claims the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has brushed off their taunts with the support of her pal Cara Delevingne.
A source told Hollywood Life: ''People wanted her to go to Fashion Week as they thought it would be good for her to network, but she didn't want to go alone after her horrible experience in NY.
''Cara was awesome and told her she would be her bodyguard the whole time! She totally had her back, escorting her to all the fashion shows and events. Cara is so bold and fearless no one wants to mess with her.''
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