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Sunday 2 August 2015

Kylie Jenner ‘grew into fame’

Published 14/11/2013 | 22:00

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner says she is “grateful” for growing up in the spotlight.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is the youngest sister in the Kardashian-Jenner clan and the TV programme began filming in 2007 when she was just a small girl.

Kylie, 16, confesses being in the spotlight comes so naturally to her that life without celebrity is completely foreign.

"I don't remember how it was before [I was famous] because I was nine when this all started," Kylie told Us Weekly magazine.

"So it's kind of like I grew up into it. It's kind of like I don't know any different."

The teenager recently designed a line with her sister Kendall for fashion brand Pac Sun and they have many other projects underway.

Kylie admits she doesn’t know what professional direction to go in next, but she may be going solo.

"We're still working on our Pac Sun line. We have a jewellery line at Nordstrom and we're coming out with a book that we're really excited about," Kylie told Us.

"I would love to in the future maybe create my own line and branch away from Kendall and continue Pac Sun.

"[Maybe] try acting or something. I have no clue."

Despite not seeing a clear path ahead, Kylie has high hopes for the future.

The star says celebrity has worked in her favour in many ways and she appreciates all the options she has.

"It’s brought me such great things," she said. "I'm so grateful for everything."

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