Kendall is, van alle Kardashians, het meest op zichzelf en het minst in de media, en ze is dus ook de enige die zich nog niet heeft uitgesproken over de transformatie van Caitlyn. Tot nu.
Aan Women's Wear Daily laat ze weten:
'It would probably be different for someone who didn't have to live it through the media. But it's been a ride, for sure. It's an adjustment. It's something you have to get used to.'
Niet dat het als een verrassing kwam: Kendall wist het al járen.
'I've known since I was a kid. He never confirmed it to me, but I've known for a very long time. It's the same person. My dad says it herself sometimes, it's kind of like mourning the loss of someone, because it is. My dad is my dad, but he's not there physically anymore. But she lets me call her dad—that's the last little piece of dad I've got.'
Over haar bescheidener (social) media-gedrag dan haar Kardashian-zussen, zegt ze:
'I try not to be too invasive into my personal life. When I was younger, I used to tweet a lot, everything I was doing and feeling. I can't do that anymore, because it's just giving people too much room to judge. I don't need it to affect my life…You can get a million comments about how beautiful you look and how awesome you are, but the one comment that says they hate you and you're ugly is the one that sticks.'
Op de lange termijn heeft Kendall ook helemaal geen ambitie om bekend te zijn om het bekend zijn; ze wil gewoon een heel goed model worden.
'I hate saying it, because I don't ever want to sound too cocky, but I want to be one of the best. I want to be like a Christy Turlington, still doing my craft and still killing it. I want longevity and to be able to do this for a really long time.'
Amen. Lees het hele interview hier.