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Kendall Jenner hits the streets of Paris with sister's fired security boss

Published 29/11/2016

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

The model and reality TV star is making the most of the French capital before the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Wednesday.

Kendall Jenner is enjoying the streets of Paris again for the first time since Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint there in early October (16) - with her sister's fired bodyguard by her side.

The model and reality TV star is in the city for the upcoming Victoria's Secret Fashion Show and she stepped out with her fellow Angel and best pal Gigi Hadid for a shopping trip hours after the girls touched down on Monday.

The pair visited the Gucci boutique flanked by a gang of security men, headed up by top celebrity bodyguard Pascal Duvier, who was fired as Kim Kardashian's main minder after her robbery ordeal.

Duvier was looking after Kourtney Kardashian elsewhere in Paris when armed robbers raided Kim's apartment and bound and gagged the reality TV star.

Gigi and Kendall also stepped out for dinner with fellow model Lily Donaldson on Monday night, and turned Japanese restaurant Kinugawa into the most fashionable place in Paris.

Kendall, Donaldson and Gigi's sister Bella joined Joan Smalls, Alessandra Ambrosio, Sara Sampaio, Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Romee Strijd, Adriana Lima, Lily Aldridge, Taylor Hill, Martha Hunt, Stella Maxwell, and Lais Ribeiro for the private jet trip to Paris on Sunday (27Nov16), while Gigi made her own way to the French capital.

This year's Fashion Show - the first in Paris - will be a big one for the Hadid sisters, as Gigi made her debut on the lingerie brand's annual catwalk last year (15), and Bella will step out as a Victoria's Secret Angel for the first time on Wednesday, when the show will be taped for broadcast around the world.

Bella's ex-boyfriend The Weeknd, Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars will perform.

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