Kendall Jenner may be one of the hottest It girls of the moment. But that doesn’t mean she won’t draw the line when it comes to her family’s privacy.
“That’s not about me,” she said in the interview, which hit newsstands Tuesday. She also added that much of the time, she “doesn’t even know what they’re talking about.”
Though the 19-year-old appeared uncomfortable, according to the article, when asked questions about all of the media attention pegged at her father’s transition, she opted to answer one other Bruce-related question from staff writer Zack Baron during the interview.
Baron asked the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star whether she feels upset over stories about her dad, to which she responded, “That is not for me to answer.”
“That’s why this life is different,” she continued. “That’s why this life isn’t normal.”
But the Estée Lauder spokesmodel reminisced about her paparazzi-filled childhood, remembering outings and glam events she attended alongside her famous Olympian dad, 65.
“My life was always different growing up,” she told the magazine. “I mean, even before the show, my dad was who he is. He’s an Olympic athlete,” she said. “And we were going to premieres, like Finding Nemo premieres, and we would be little kids, like, before the show, walking down the red carpet.”
But growing up in the public eye doesn’t concern Jenner, who admitted she never really knew a life before the limelight – and isn’t worried about life post-cameras either.
“It’s actually really hard for me to think of,” she said. “But that day will come, and it’ll be fine.”
When asked if she thinks it will be better or worse, she answered, “I don’t think it would be worse. Everything that happens is still going to happen, just minus the cameras.”