“It’s so weak. Particularly in this world, everybody takes a gander at you with an amplifying glass. I imagine that that is simply moronic in light of the fact that nobody is impeccable,” Kendall told news.com.au.
“I know probably the most lovely individuals out there and… I know they’re not flawless, whether that is on the outside or within. Nobody will ever be immaculate, so it’s only doltish to put somebody’s face on a magazine spread saying, ‘This is the thing that you ought to seem as though.’ It’s sort of my occupation however it’s not genuine living,” she included.
The 20-year-old likewise said that she declines to peruse any remarks made about her on online networking as she wouldn’t like to “place (herself) in that position” of being troubled.
“I don’t read anything of that nature. In the event that you place yourself in that position, you’re not going to be cheerful.
“I surmise that for us, we sort of grew up with popularity. We’ve grown up around it our whole lives, so we sort of comprehended what it was a bit. So I imagine that that helped a great deal, for the fact of the matter we’re at now. I feel that helped a ton,” she said.