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Saturday 20 December 2014

Kris Jenner: I'm proud of Kendall

Kendall Jenner walked the runway during the showing of the Marc Jacobs autumn/winter 2014 collection at New York Fashion Week
Kendall Jenner walked the runway during the showing of the Marc Jacobs autumn/winter 2014 collection at New York Fashion Week

Kris Jenner has revealed she has no problem with her daughter Kendall's revealing runway shoot.

The 18-year-old made headlines when she flashed her flesh, going braless with a sheer top, while walking the catwalk for Marc Jacobs during New York Fashion Week.

"Well you know, it's Marc Jacob's vision and so you can't really argue with that at all," her mother told E! News.

"I was so excited that she was able to walk in his fashion show and more less close New York Fashion Week, and then off to London, so you know she's very professional about it."

Kris added: "She's such a great girl, has a great heart and she's a good soul, so I don't worry about Kendall. She is living her dream. I've got to give her props for really putting in the work. She's got great work ethic and she looks stunning. I'm so proud of her."

Kendall and her younger sister Kylie are set to release their debut fantasy novel Rebels: City Of Indra, The Story Of Lex And Livia in the near future.

Kris gushed: "They have been writing a book for the longest time. It's going to be released soon and it is really spectacular. I can't even believe my little girls are little authors. It's like a little sci-fi journey."

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