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Kendall Jenner reveals secret hospitalisation

Published 30/12/2015

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Model Kendall Jenner plans to chill out more and be spontaneous in 2016.

Model Kendall Jenner will take better care of herself in 2016 after being hospitalised for exhaustion.

The 20-year-old star rose to prominence on her family's reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, alongside her famous half-sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian and younger sibling Kylie. Although she still appears on the programme a little her main focus is now modelling, and she's jetted all over the world to strut for the likes of Marc Jacobs and Chanel over the last 12 months. Kendall has pushed herself and become a bona fide fashion star in 2015, but it seems it's come at a price.

“I just got so tired from work and life and everything that it freaked me out at the end of this year,” she revealed on her website and app. “I actually had to go to the hospital because I was so exhausted – it was definitely a wake up call that I need to take better care of myself.”

With 2016 just around the corner, the star has joined hordes of other people by considering what she'd like to change in the New Year. She has a few ideas for resolutions, but doesn't take the practice too seriously.

"I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions," she explained. "I don’t write a list down or anything, it’s definitely more of an in-my-head kind of thing. I set random goals like ‘find a boyfriend’ but it’s not legit at all, lol.”

That said, there will be some small changes to Kendall's life when January (16) rolls around.

"I guess my resolution would be to chill out more and have the ability to be a little more spontaneous,” she revealed. “I want to enjoy being home a little bit more. No matter what, 2016 is going to be the best yet. I can feel it!”

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