Why Kendall Jenner's Travel Bucket List Includes Hogwarts and Westeros
The supermodel reveals why she'd like to vacation in these fictional locales
Kendall Jenner may be a globe-trotting supermodel, but there are a few exotic destinations even she can’t get to.
The 21-year-old just touched down in Paris where she’ll walk in the Victoria’s Secret runway show, but when you’ve been to every imaginable travel hotspot, it takes more than the measly old Eiffel Tower to leave an impression. In a new post on her website, Kendall opens up about the fantastical fictional locales that inspired the new Lex & Livia YA novel she and sister Kylie co-wrote, and to which she’d love to travel, if only in her imagination.
“We took tons of inspiration from the books, movies and TV shows we love the most, and wanted to re-create that same magic,” she writes.
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Some popular make-believe worlds made the cut, including Hogwarts — “stairs that move, secret passageways and magical creatures make for the most incredible place. I wouldn’t mind going to school here, lol — and of course, Indra, the setting of the sisters’ books. “Even though Indra isn’t perfect, it still seems like a pretty cool city. I think I’d hang out on one of the floating islands,” she writes.
Pandora, the jungle-like moon that is home to the Na’vi in Avatar, and the lost city of Atlantis, which Jenner imagines is something like Ariel’s home under the sea in The Little Mermaid, are equally scenic choices. Her final pick however, might not be quite the peaceful retreat for the star: Game of Thrones’ Westeros.
“I love Game of Thrones!” she writes. “There are so many different cities, creatures and storylines that you could never get bored. It also has some of the most amazing settings that anyone could dream up!” It’s probably for the best that Jenner can’t make her way to the Seven Kingdoms, however. The show’s notable “celebrities” don’t often return home from their far-flung travels.