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Kendall Jenner's 'dating drought puzzles pals'

Published 16/07/2015

Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner's friends are reportedly wondering if any man will ever be right for her.

The runway star is one of the most recognisable celebrities in the industry and has previously been linked to Harry Styles and Justin Bieber.

However she's never gone public with a romance, and friends say she'd rather spend time with her gal pals than look for romance.

"When she's not on the runway she's snuggling up to [her girlfriends] like most girls do their boyfriends. She's enamoured with them.

"Her friends can't understand why she's not dating. They aren't expecting her to settle down, but it seems crazy to them that she won't even go out on a date," a source told the American edition of OK! magazine.

Kendall has also been linked to famous faces from the world of sport, including F1 champion Lewis Hamilton and NBA player Chandler Parsons, but so far there's been no long-term commitment.

With no other half, those close to her are starting to question if any man will ever be her perfect guy.

"No one is sure what is holding her back from playing the field.

"Her friends are starting to think that no man will ever be right for her," the insider added.

While romance may not be on her radar, family time certainly is. Last night Kendall wowed at the ESPY Awards where her father Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce before she transitioned into a woman, received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.

Most of the Jenner/Kardashian clan were in tow, including Caitlyn's former step-children Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian.

However, ex-wife Kris Jenner was absent after reportedly not being invited.

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